116th Christmas Bird Count U.S. High Counts

During the 116th CBC United States counts reported 646 species, 53 infraspecific forms and seven Count Week species, plus 36 exotics.  The Fieldfare reported on the Missoula, MT, CBC was new to U.S. CBCs.

California beat Florida by five for the most species with the highest counts of individuals.  California’s tally of high counts for 118 species was its lowest in 12 years, and Florida’s 113 was its most ever.  Texas placed 3rd with 98th species, Arizona 4th with 87, Hawai’i 54, Alaska 30, Massachusetts 24, Louisiana 22, Washington 19, Oregon 14 and Virginia 12.

Matagorda County – Mad Island Marsh, TX, again led the Nation with the highest tallies of individual species at 20.  Kendall Area, FL, was 2nd with 17 species, and Atascosa Highlands, AZ, 3rd with 16 species and two forms.  Tucson Valley, AZ, had 14 species and one form, Midway Atoll, HI, 11 species, HI, Hawai’i: Volcano 10 species and one form, HI, Oahu: Waipi’o nine species, San Diego, CA, eight species and one form, Patagonia, AZ, and Point Reyes Peninsula, CA, eight species.  All other CBCs had seven or fewer highest tallies of a species.

All-time high counts were made for 40 species/forms this season.  Seven of these were at least 30 years old.  Harlingen, TX, report of 10 Hooded Orioles broke a 57-year-old record which was produced in Orange County, CA, during a time much different than today.  A record of more national significance was the report of 17 California Condors, at Pinacles N. M., CA, which surpassed the 13 reported at the Sespe Wildlife Area during the 69th CBC.  Atascosa Highlands report of 103 Gray Flycatchers greatly exceeded the 68 reported by Nogales during 1977.  The Thick-billed Vireo reported by Kendall Area, FL, tied a Coot Bay – Everglades N.P. record from the 81st CBC.  Galveston, TX, took advantage of large numbers of American Avocets which roost on Bolivar Flats by reporting 9742 which exceeded the 8509 reported by San Jose, CA, during the 80th CBC.  Merced N.W.R. pushed the record number of Ross’s Goose to 70,583 which broke a 33 year record of 65,000 reported in Peace Valley, CA.

The highest tally for 699 species and infraspecific forms was one individual for 48 species (7%), and 10 or fewer for 137 (20%).  This proportion of species with 10 or fewer individuals is consistent with past years.

Only counts for naturally occurring species, infraspecific forms, and exotics that do not have editorial comments questioning the validity of the results were accepted for this reports.  High counts for exotics without known established populations were displayed, but were not added to results for the CBC or state.  If I made a mistake, please let me know and I will include corrections next year at the end of the column.

Plumed Whistling-Duck 1 ex (FL, Fort Lauderdale), Black-bellied Whistling-Duck 11,973 (TX, Weslaco), Fulvous Whistling-Duck 250 (FL, Zellwood-Mount Dora), Swan Goose 16 ex (CA, Pasadena-San Gabriel Valley), Greater White-fronted Goose 25,498 (CA, Rio Cosumnes), Graylag Goose 81 ex (CA, Pasadena-San Gabriel Valley), Snow Goose 950,000 (MO, Squaw Creek N.W.R.), Ross's Goose 70,583 (CA, Merced N.W.R.), Brant (Atlantic) 32,143 (NY, L.I.: Southern Nassau County), Brant (Black) 2568 (WA, Bellingham), Barnacle Goose 2 (DE, Wilmington ), Cackling Goose 29,089 (OR, Brownsville), Cackling Goose (Aleutian) 37,550 (CA, Caswell-Westley), Cackling Goose (Richardson's) 2 (NJ, Northwestern Hunterdon County), Canada Goose 42,712 (WI, Horicon N.W.R.), Hawaiian Goose 307 (HI, Kaua'i: Kapa'a), Mute Swan 369 (MA, Martha's Vineyard), Black Swan 8 ex (FL, Lakeland), Black-necked Swan 2 ex (FL, Lakeland), Trumpeter Swan 3658 (WA, Skagit Bay), Tundra Swan 38,798 (NC, Pettigrew S.P.), Tundra Swan (Bewick's) 1 (CA, Mammoth Lakes), Orinoco Goose 1 ex (TX, Armand Bayou), Egyptian Goose 70 ex (CA, Orange County [coastal]).

Common Shelduck 3 ex (FL, Lakeland), Muscovy Duck 500 ex (FL, Naples), Wood Duck 1322 (TX, Nacogdoches), Mandarin Duck 4 ex (CA, Sonoma Valley), Gadwall 21,911 (TN, Big Sandy), Eurasian Wigeon 55 (WA, Padilla Bay), American Wigeon 30,559 (WA, Padilla Bay), American Black Duck 3757 (NY, L.I.: Southern Nassau County), Mallard 79,000 (MO, Squaw Creek N.W.R.), Mallard (Mexican) 107 (NM, Las Cruces), Mottled Duck 450 (FL, Stuart), Hawaiian Duck 718 (HI, Kaua'i: Kapa'a), Laysan Duck 109 (HI, Midway Atoll), Blue-winged Teal 2870 (TX, Matagorda County-Mad Island Marsh), Cinnamon Teal 1490 (CA, Sacramento), Northern Shoveler 29,234 (CA, Caswell-Westley), White-cheeked Pintail 1 ex (FL, Fort Lauderdale), Northern Pintail 28,233 (CA, Marysville), Green-winged (Eurasian) Teal 2 (NY, L.I.: Southern Nassau County), Green-winged (American)  Teal 32,108 (LA, Lacassine N.W.R.-Thornwell).

Red-crested Pochard 1 ex (FL, Fort Lauderdale), Canvasback 35,777 (IA, Clinton), Redhead 28,136 (TX, Corpus Christi [Flour Bluff]), Ring-necked Duck 13,500 (FL, Zellwood-Mount Dora), Tufted Duck 1 (CA, East Contra Costa County, Point Reyes Peninsula, Santa Barbara; NY, L.I.: Captree; VT, Middlebury), Greater Scaup 29,222 (WA, Wahkiakum), Lesser Scaup 79,236 (MD, Lower Kent County), Steller's Eider 130 (AK, Narrow Cape-Kalsin Bay), King Eider 328 (AK, Narrow Cape-Kalsin Bay), Common Eider 2868 (MA, Cape Cod), Common (Dresser's) Eider 1 (ME, Jordan Basin, Gulf of Maine), Harlequin Duck 1092 (AK, Unalaska Island), Surf Scoter 1358 (CA, Marin County [southern]), White-winged Scoter 1578 (MA, Truro), Black Scoter 4000 (FL, Daytona Beach), Long-tailed Duck 7444 (MA, Tuckernuck Islands), Bufflehead 6394 (CA, Point Reyes Peninsula), Common Goldeneye 15,348 (IA, Clinton), Barrow's Goldeneye 822 (AK, Wrangell Island), Smew 1 (NY, Massena-Cornwall), Hooded Merganser 973 (NY, Jamestown), Common Merganser 15,000 (KS, Waconda Lake), Red-breasted Merganser 36,899 (OH, Cleveland), Ruddy Duck 20,185 (CA, Los Baños).

Plain Chachalaca 86 (TX, Anzalduas-Bentsen), Mountain Quail 31 (CA, Claremont), Scaled Quail 240 (NM, Roswell), California Quail 4471 (OR, Burns), Gambel's Quail 760 (AZ, Gila River), Northern Bobwhite 392 (TX, White River), Montezuma Quail 271 (AZ, Atascosa Highlands), Indian Peafowl (Domestic type) 71 ex (FL, Kendall Area), Chukar 279 (ID, Challis), Erckel's Francolin 14 (HI, Hawai'i: Volcano), Black Francolin 25 (HI, Moloka'i: Kualapu'u), Gray Francolin 25 (HI, Moloka'i: Kualapu'u), Red Junglefowl 163 (HI, Moloka'i: Kualapu'u), Ring-necked Pheasant 646 (ND, Bismarck-Mandan), Kalij Pheasant 27 (HI, Hawai'i: Volcano), Gray Partridge 245 (MT, Three Forks), Ruffed Grouse 21 (AK, Fairbanks), Greater Sage-Grouse 138 (WY, Bates Hole), Spruce Grouse 15 (AK, Kenny Lake), Willow Ptarmigan 23 (AK, Nome), Rock Ptarmigan 8 (AK, Eagle River), White-tailed Ptarmigan 8 (CO, Aspen), Dusky Grouse 4 (UT, Bear Lake), Sooty Grouse 1 (AK, Glacier Bay; WA, Port Angeles), Sharp-tailed Grouse 290 (ND, Arrowwood N.W.R.), Greater Prairie-Chicken 173 (NE, North Platte), Greater (Attwater's) Prairie-Chicken  48 (TX, Attwater Prairie Chicken N.W.R.), Wild Turkey 770 (WA, Colville).

Red-throated Loon 20,000 (VA, Back Bay N.W.R.), Pacific Loon 1375 (CA, Point Reyes Peninsula), Common Loon 648 (AL, Guntersville), Yellow-billed Loon 10 (WA, Sequim-Dungeness), Least Grebe 67 (TX, Brownsville), Pied-billed Grebe 2696 (AL, Waterloo), Horned Grebe 500 (CA, Point Reyes Peninsula), Red-necked Grebe 228 (ME, Greater Portland), Eared Grebe 1880 (CA, San Jose), Western Grebe 25,389 (CA, Clear Lake), Clark's Grebe 2810 (CA, Clear Lake), American Flamingo 240 ex (FL, Dade County), Laysan Albatross 914,902 (HI, Midway Atoll), Black-footed Albatross 51,094 (HI, Midway Atoll), Northern Fulmar 76 (MA, Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary), Northern (Pacific)  Fulmar 1 (CA, Monterey Peninsula), Bonin Petrel 27 (HI, Midway Atoll), Pink-footed Shearwater 3 (CA, Big Sur), Great Shearwater 56 (MA, Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary), Sooty Shearwater 1 (CA, Big Sur, Monterey Peninsula, and San Diego; OR, Yaquina Bay), Short-tailed Shearwater 1 (CA, Big Sur, Palos Verdes Peninsula), Manx Shearwater 4 (MA, Martha's Vineyard), Black-vented Shearwater 7144 (CA, Orange County [coastal]), Fork-tailed Storm-Petrel 17 (WA, Sequim-Dungeness), Leach's Storm-Petrel 18 (WA, Sequim-Dungeness).

White-tailed Tropicbird 4 (HI, Moloka'i: Kualapu'u), Red-tailed Tropicbird 8 (HI, Midway Atoll), Wood Stork 400 (FL, Bradenton), Magnificent Frigatebird 179 (FL, Naples), Great Frigatebird 30 (HI, Midway Atoll), Masked Booby 60 (FL, Dry Tortugas N. P.), Brown Booby 92 (FL, Dry Tortugas N. P.), Red-footed Booby 1783 (HI, Kaua'i: Kapa'a), Northern Gannet 12,690 (NC, Cape Hatteras), Brandt's Cormorant 4856 (CA, San Diego), Neotropic Cormorant 963 (AZ, Gila River), Double-crested Cormorant 27,600 (NC, Bodie-Pea Island), Great Cormorant 69 (RI, Block Island), Red-faced Cormorant 4 (AK, Kodiak), Pelagic Cormorant 381 (AK, Homer), Anhinga 460 (FL, Lakeland), American White Pelican 7522 (CA, Salton Sea [north]), Brown Pelican 3490 (NC, Cape Hatteras), American Bittern 28 (TX, Matagorda County-Mad Island Marsh), Least Bittern 15 (AZ, Phoenix-Tres Rios), Great Blue (Blue form) Heron 505 (CA, Salton Sea [north]), Great Blue (White form) Heron 104 (FL, Coot Bay-Everglades N.P.), Great Blue (Wurdemann's) Heron 4 (FL, Coot Bay-Everglades N.P.), Great Egret 1850 (FL, Coot Bay-Everglades N.P.), Snowy Egret 2806 (GA, Savannah, GA-SC), Little Blue Heron 720 (FL, Cocoa), Tricolored Heron 1037 (GA, Harris Neck N.W.R.), Reddish Egret 448 (TX, Coastal Tip), Cattle Egret 1256 (CA, Salton Sea [south]), Green Heron 50 (FL, West Palm Beach), Black-crowned Night-Heron 256 (CA, San Jose), Yellow-crowned Night-Heron 86 (TX, Coastal Tip), White Ibis 13431 (LA, White Lake), Glossy Ibis 1800 (FL, Econlockhatchee), White-faced Ibis 30,302 (LA, Lacassine N.W.R.-Thornwell), Roseate Spoonbill 872 (TX, Matagorda County-Mad Island Marsh).

Black Vulture 1400 (FL, Cocoa), Turkey Vulture 5700 (FL, Lakeland), California Condor 17 (CA, Pinnacles N.M.), Osprey 350 (FL, St. Petersburg), White-tailed Kite 89 (CA, Centerville Beach to King Salmon), Hook-billed Kite CW (TX, Anzalduas-Bentsen), Golden Eagle 42 (CA, Tejon Ranch), Snail Kite 58 (FL, STA5-Clewiston), Northern Harrier 185 (TX, Matagorda County-Mad Island Marsh), Sharp-shinned Hawk 44 (NJ, Cape May), Cooper's Hawk 152 (AZ, Tucson Valley), Northern Goshawk 7 (AK, Fairbanks), Bald Eagle 608 (WI, La Crosse), Harris's Hawk 46 (TX, Laguna Atascosa N.W.R.), White-tailed Hawk 36 (TX, Matagorda County-Mad Island Marsh), Gray Hawk 10 (TX, Anzalduas-Bentsen), Red-shouldered Hawk 190 (FL, Gainesville), Broad-winged Hawk 6 (FL, Dade County), Hawaiian Hawk 1 (HI, Hawai'i: Volcano), Short-tailed Hawk 19 (FL, Kendall Area), Swainson's Hawk 2 (FL, Choctawhatchee Bay), Zone-tailed Hawk 3 (CA, Escondido), Red-tailed Hawk 790 (CA, Etna), Red-tailed (Harlan's) Hawk 17 (KS, Parsons), Red-tailed (Krider's) Hawk 2 (LA, Sabine N.W.R.; MO, Dent-Texas County; TX, Attwater Prairie Chicken N.W.R.), Rough-legged Hawk 104 (MT, Ninepipe N.W.R.), Ferruginous Hawk 39 (CA, Sierra Valley).

Yellow Rail 12 (TX, San Bernard N.W.R.), Black Rail 25 (CA, Benicia), Ridgway's Rail 12 (CA, Oakland), Ridgway's Rail (Light-footed) 8 (CA, San Diego), Ridgway's Rail (Yuma) 2 (AZ, Havasu N.W.R.), King Rail 87 (LA, Creole), Clapper Rail (Atlantic Coast) 140 (FL, St. Augustine), Clapper Rail (Gulf Coast) 55 (TX, Matagorda County-Mad Island Marsh), Virginia Rail 117 (CA, Benicia), Sora 187 (FL, Zellwood-Mount Dora), Purple Gallinule 29 (FL, West Palm Beach), Gray-headed Swamphen 77 (FL, STA5-Clewiston), Common Gallinule 900 (FL, STA5-Clewiston), Common Gallinule (Hawaiian) 336 (HI, Kaua'i: Kapa'a), Hawaiian Coot 391 (HI, Maui: I'ao Valley), American Coot 50,000 (FL, STA5-Clewiston), Limpkin 150 (FL, Sarasota), Sandhill Crane 37,545 (OK, Salt Plains N.W.R.), Whooping Crane 186 (TX, Aransas N.W.R.

Black-necked Stilt 772 (LA, Lacassine N.W.R.-Thornwell), Black-necked Stilt (Hawaiian) 350 (HI, Kaua'i: Kapa'a), American Avocet 9742 (TX, Galveston), American Oystercatcher 1146 (VA, Nassawadox), Black Oystercatcher 150 (CA, Western Sonoma County), Black-bellied Plover 2774 (CA, Hayward-Fremont), Pacific Golden-Plover 456 (HI, O'ahu: Waipi'o), Snowy Plover 220 (TX, Kenedy County Wind Turbines), Wilson's Plover 44 (FL, Ten Thousand Islands), Semipalmated Plover 3467 (GA, Cumberland Island), Piping Plover 233 (TX, Port Aransas), Killdeer 7436 (CA, Centerville Beach to King Salmon), Mountain Plover 87 (TX, Granger), Northern Jacana 1 (TX, Santa Ana N.W.R.), Spotted Sandpiper 55 (CA, Palos Verdes Peninsula), Solitary Sandpiper 5 (TX, Brownsville), Wandering Tattler 18 (HI, Hawai'i: North Kona), Greater Yellowlegs 591 (LA, Crowley), Willet 3264 (CA, Hayward-Fremont), Willet (Eastern) 149 (VA, Cape Charles), Lesser Yellowlegs 408 (LA, Lacassine N.W.R.-Thornwell), Whimbrel 77 (CA, Crystal Springs), Bristle-thighed Curlew 16 (HI, Midway Atoll), Long-billed Curlew 1110 (CA, Morro Bay), Marbled Godwit 2334 (CA, Morro Bay), Ruddy Turnstone 340 (GA, Glynn County), Black Turnstone 363 (WA, Port Townsend), Red Knot 319 (NY, L.I.: Southern Nassau County), Surfbird 142 (CA, Santa Cruz County), Ruff 1 (CA, San Jose; LA, Lacassine N.W.R.-Thornwell), Stilt Sandpiper 291 (TX, Weslaco), Curlew Sandpiper CW (NJ, Oceanville), Sanderling 3547 (WA, Grays Harbor), Dunlin 20,550 (WA, Grays Harbor), Rock Sandpiper 2000 (AK, Homer), Purple Sandpiper 225 (ME, Biddeford-Kennebunkport), Least Sandpiper 11,214 (CA, Hayward-Fremont), Pectoral Sandpiper 1 (ID, Lewiston-Clarkston), Western Sandpiper 18,275 (CA, San Jose), Short-billed Dowitcher 1110 (GA, St. Catherines Island), Long-billed Dowitcher 9852 (LA, Lacassine N.W.R.-Thornwell), Wilson's Snipe 1183 (MS, Dahomey-Great River Road), American Woodcock 94 (VA, Walkerton), Wilson's Phalarope 1 (TX, Corpus Christi), Red Phalarope 122 (OR, Coos Bay).

Pomarine Jaeger 4 (FL, Daytona Beach), Parasitic Jaeger 9 (NC, Southport-Bald Head-Oak Islands), Dovekie 3 (NY, L.I.: Montauk), Common Murre 8410 (CA, Crystal Springs), Thick-billed Murre 3 (MA, Marshfield), Razorbill 2763 (MA, Cape Cod), Black Guillemot 80 (ME, Schoodic Point), Pigeon Guillemot 1209 (WA, Sequim-Dungeness), Marbled Murrelet 175 (AK, Tenakee Springs), Ancient Murrelet 1123 (WA, Sequim-Dungeness), Cassin's Auklet 40 (CA, Monterey Peninsula), Parakeet Auklet 1 (AK, Kodiak), Least Auklet 121 (AK, Unalaska Island), Crested Auklet 931 (AK, Unalaska Island), Rhinoceros Auklet 238 (CA, Año Nuevo), Atlantic Puffin 1 (ME, Jordan Basin, Gulf of Maine; MA, Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary), Tufted Puffin 1 (CA, Crystal Springs), Black-legged Kittiwake 269 (MA, Nantucket), Bonaparte's Gull 6837 (PA, Erie), Black-headed Gull 1 (GA, Cumberland Island; VA, Cape Charles, and Chincoteague N.W.R.), Little Gull 3 (MA, Tuckernuck Islands), Laughing Gull 51,662 (TX, Houston), Franklin's Gull 26 (TX, Trinity River Audubon Center), Heermann's Gull 918 (CA, San Francisco), Mew Gull 6744 (CA, Centerville Beach to King Salmon), Ring-billed Gull 35,321 (IA, Saylorville Reservoir), Western Gull 7216 (CA, San Francisco), Yellow-footed Gull 3 (CA, Salton Sea [north]), California Gull 11,133 (CA, Moss Landing), Herring Gull 44,988 (PA, Southern Bucks County), Thayer's Gull 253 (OR, Tillamook Bay), Iceland Gull 48 (MA, Nantucket), Lesser Black-backed Gull 282 (NC, Cape Hatteras), Glaucous-winged Gull 1939 (WA, Bellingham), Glaucous Gull 8 (WI, Menchalville), Great Black-backed Gull 2731 (DE, Wilmington), Kelp Gull 1 (OH, Cuyahoga Falls), Brown Noddy 4 (HI, Midway Atoll), Black (melanogenys) Noddy 109 (HI, Moloka'i: Kualapu'u), White Tern 285 (HI, Midway Atoll), Sooty Tern 100 (FL, Dry Tortugas National Park), Gull-billed Tern 57 (TX, Matagorda County-Mad Island Marsh), Caspian Tern 280 (FL, Coot Bay-Everglades N.P.), Black Tern 1 (FL, Aripeka-Bayport; TX, Corpus Christi [Flour Bluff]), Common Tern 8 (TX, Galveston), Forster's Tern 2072 (LA, Sabine N.W.R.), Royal Tern 1250 (FL, Cocoa), Sandwich Tern 200 (FL, Sarasota), Elegant Tern 1 (CA, Morro Bay), Black Skimmer 2500 (FL, St. Augustine).

Rock (feral) Pigeon 5779 (AZ, Tucson Valley), White-crowned Pigeon 50 (FL, Coot Bay-Everglades N.P.), Band-tailed Pigeon 1321 (CA, Grass Valley), Eurasian Collared-Dove 3392 (UT, Payson), African Collared-Dove (Domestic type or Ringed Turtle-Dove) 2 ex (CA, Orange County [coastal]), Spotted Dove 211 (HI, O'ahu: Waipi'o), Zebra Dove 1905 (HI, O'ahu: Waipi'o), Inca Dove 161 (TX, Harlingen), Common Ground-Dove 124 (CA, Orange County [northeastern]), Ruddy Ground-Dove CW (AZ, Patagonia), White-tipped Dove 52 (TX, Anzalduas-Bentsen), White-winged Dove 16,321 (TX, Houston [Central]), Mourning Dove 8966 (AZ, Phoenix-Tres Rios), Mangrove Cuckoo 2 (FL, Kendall Area), Greater Roadrunner 58 (AZ, Gila River), Groove-billed Ani 9 (TX, Brownsville), Barn Owl 20 (CA, LaGrange-Waterford), Western Screech-Owl 86 (CO, Grand Junction), Eastern Screech-Owl 136 (PA, Upper Bucks County), Whiskered Screech-Owl 2 (AZ, Atascosa Highlands, and Patagonia), Great Horned Owl 84 (NJ, Cumberland County), Snowy Owl 11 (MA, Greater Boston), Northern Hawk Owl 2 (AK, Anchorage, and Fairbanks), Northern Pygmy-Owl 12 (CA, Año Nuevo), Ferruginous Pygmy-Owl 1 (TX, La Sal Vieja), Burrowing Owl 20 (FL, Fort Myers), Spotted Owl 3 (CA, Lake Henshaw), Barred Owl 50 (FL, Gainesville), Great Gray Owl 1 (AK, Anchorage; MN, Fredenberg, and Roseau; MT, West Yellowstone), Long-eared Owl 36 (IA, Green Island - Lost Mound), Short-eared Owl 32 (MT, Missoula), Boreal Owl 1 (AK, Eagle Community, Shageluk, and Trapper Creek-Talkeetna), Northern Saw-whet Owl 25 (CA, Año Nuevo).

Lesser Nighthawk 1 (FL, Emeralda-Sunnyhill), Common Pauraque 12 (TX, Brownsville), Common Poorwill 2 (AZ, Atascosa Highlands), Chuck-will's-widow 4 (LA, Venice), Eastern Whip-poor-will 8 (FL, Stuart), Vaux's Swift 16 (CA, Bakersfield), White-throated Swift 297 (CA, Benicia), Magnificent Hummingbird 2 (AZ, Portal, and Ramsey Canyon), Blue-throated Hummingbird 13 (AZ, Portal), Ruby-throated Hummingbird 84 (FL, Kendall Area), Black-chinned Hummingbird 9 (TX, Freeport), Anna's Hummingbird 1081 (CA, San Francisco), Costa's Hummingbird 159 (CA, Anza-Borrego Desert), Broad-tailed Hummingbird 2 (AZ, Portal; TX, El Paso), Rufous Hummingbird 24 (LA, Baton Rouge), Allen's Hummingbird 603 (CA, Orange County [coastal]), Calliope Hummingbird 1 (GA, Atlanta; LA, Pine Prairie, Reserve-Bonnet Carre Spillway, and St. Tammany Parish; MS, Hattiesburg; TX, New Braunfels), Broad-billed Hummingbird 37 (AZ, Tucson Valley), Buff-bellied Hummingbird 19 (TX, Harlingen), Violet-crowned Hummingbird 2 (AZ, Patagonia), Elegant Trogon 7 (AZ, Atascosa Highlands), Ringed Kingfisher 15 (TX, Falcon Dam and S.P.), Belted Kingfisher 119 (FL, Merritt Island N.W.R.), Green Kingfisher 17 (TX, Santa Ana N.W.R.).

Lewis's Woodpecker 229 (WA, Lyle), Red-headed Woodpecker 170 (MO, Columbia), Acorn Woodpecker 800 (CA, Orange County [northeastern]), Gila Woodpecker 538 (AZ, Tucson Valley), Golden-fronted Woodpecker 194 (TX, Weslaco), Red-bellied Woodpecker 774 (VA, Fort Belvoir), Williamson's Sapsucker 6 (NM, Los Alamos, Sandia Mountains), Yellow-bellied Sapsucker 123 (MD, Seneca), Red-naped Sapsucker 84 (AZ, Atascosa Highlands), Red-breasted Sapsucker 44 (OR, Portland), Ladder-backed Woodpecker 100 (TX, San Antonio), Nuttall's Woodpecker 174 (CA, Rio Cosumnes), Downy Woodpecker 751 (MA, Concord), Hairy Woodpecker 161 (MA, Concord), Arizona Woodpecker 27 (AZ, Green Valley-Madera Canyon), Red-cockaded Woodpecker 38 (SC, Litchfield-Pawleys Island), White-headed Woodpecker 26 (CA, Yosemite N.P.), American Three-toed Woodpecker 3 (AK, Anchorage, Fairbanks; MN, Fredenberg), Black-backed Woodpecker 3 (MN, Ely), Northern Flicker 478 (CA, Sacramento), Northern Flicker (Yellow-shafted) 331 (VA, Fort Belvoir), Northern Flicker (Red-shafted) 431 (CA, Putah Creek), Gilded Flicker 63 (AZ, Avra Valley), Pileated Woodpecker 151 (VA, Fort Belvoir), Crested Caracara 163 (TX, Matagorda County-Mad Island Marsh), American Kestrel 175 (CA, Point Reyes Peninsula), Merlin 24 (OR, Medford), Aplomado Falcon 6 (TX, Brownsville, Laguna Atascosa N.W.R.), Gyrfalcon 2 (AK, Nome), Peregrine Falcon 27 (CA, Centerville Beach to King Salmon), Prairie Falcon 21 (ID, Idaho Falls).

Rose-ringed Parakeet 72 (CA, Bakersfield), Budgerigar CW (CO, Gunnison), Rosy-faced Lovebird 27 ex (AZ, Carefree), Fischer's Lovebird1 ex (CO, Grand Junction), Monk Parakeet 407 (TX, Austin), White-winged Parakeet 12 (FL, Dade County), Yellow-chevroned Parakeet 110 (FL, Kendall Area), Red-crowned Parrot 370 (TX, Brownsville), Lilac-crowned Parrot 52 ex (CA, Orange County [coastal]), Red-lored Parrot 32 ex (CA, Orange County [coastal]), Yellow-headed Parrot 5 ex (CA, Orange County [coastal], San Diego), Turquoise-fronted Parrot 8 ex (CA, Orange County [coastal]), White-fronted Parrot 1 ex (CA, Orange County [coastal]), Orange-winged Parrot 37 ex (FL, Dade County), Nanday Parakeet 267 ex (CA, Malibu), Blue-and-yellow Macaw 10 ex (FL, Kendall Area), Chestnut-fronted Macaw 8 ex (FL, Dade County), Blue-crowned Parakeet 170 ex (FL, Fort Lauderdale), Green Parakeet 608 (TX, Anzalduas-Bentsen), Mitred Parakeet 500 ex (FL, Kendall Area), Red-masked Parakeet 183 ex (CA, San Francisco), White-eyed Parakeet 315 ex (FL, Dade County).

Northern Beardless-Tyrannulet 8 (TX, Santa Ana N.W.R.), Greater Pewee 2 (AZ, Tucson Valley), Least Flycatcher 5 (TX, Guadalupe River Delta-McFaddin Family Ranches, Matagorda County-Mad Island Marsh), Hammond's Flycatcher 24 (AZ, Patagonia), Gray Flycatcher 103 (AZ, Atascosa Highlands), Dusky Flycatcher 11 (AZ, Atascosa Highlands), Pacific-slope Flycatcher 1 (CA, Orange County [coastal], Pasadena-San Gabriel Valley, Rancho Santa Fe; PA, Reading), Pacific-slope/Cordilleran Flycatcher (Western Flycatcher) 2 (AZ, Atascosa Highlands, Sedona), Black Phoebe 493 (CA, Orange County [coastal]), Eastern Phoebe 1007 (TX, Guadalupe River Delta-McFaddin Family Ranches), Say's Phoebe 168 (CA, Rancho Santa Fe), Vermilion Flycatcher 311 (AZ, Tucson Valley), Ash-throated Flycatcher 9 (TX, Matagorda County-Mad Island Marsh), Great Crested Flycatcher 46 (FL, Fakahatchee), Brown-crested Flycatcher 2 (TX, Freeport), Great Kiskadee 208 (TX, Santa Ana N.W.R.), Tropical Kingbird 44 (TX, Santa Ana N.W.R.), Couch's Kingbird 57 (TX, Guadalupe River Delta-McFaddin Family Ranches), Cassin's Kingbird 167 (CA, San Diego), Thick-billed Kingbird 1 (CA, San Diego), Western Kingbird 18 (FL, Clermont), Eastern Kingbird 1 (FL, Long Pine Key; TX, Armand Bayou, Matagorda County-Mad Island Marsh), Gray Kingbird 1 (FL, STA5-Clewiston), Scissor-tailed Flycatcher 13 (FL, STA5-Clewiston).

Loggerhead Shrike 162 (FL, Peace River), Northern Shrike 11 (CO, Fort Collins; MT, Ninepipe N.W.R.; OR, Union County), White-eyed Vireo 112 (TX, Guadalupe River Delta-McFaddin Family Ranches), Thick-billed Vireo 1 (FL, Kendall Area), Bell's Vireo 1 (AZ, Phoenix-Tres Rios; FL, St. Petersburg; LA, Sabine N.W.R.), Yellow-throated Vireo 9 (FL, Kendall Area), Plumbeous Vireo 13 (AZ, Hassayampa River, and Tucson Valley), Cassin's Vireo 10 (AZ, Tucson Valley), Blue-headed Vireo 103 (FL, Gainesville), Hutton's Vireo 92 (AZ, Green Valley-Madera Canyon), Warbling Vireo 2 (FL, Kendall Area), Philadelphia Vireo 1 (CA, Salton Sea [south]), (Hawaii) Elepaio 43 (HI, Hawai'i: Volcano), (Oahu) Elepaio 2 (HI, O'ahu: Honolulu), Gray Jay 136 (AK, Fairbanks), Black-throated Magpie-Jay 8 (CA, San Diego), Green Jay 161 (TX, Anzalduas-Bentsen), Pinyon Jay 380 (NM, Bluewater Lake), Steller's Jay 423 (CA, Oakland), Blue Jay 2319 (KS, Linn County), Florida Scrub-Jay 43 (FL, Merritt Island N.W.R.), Island Scrub-Jay 137 (CA, Santa Cruz Island), Western Scrub-Jay 745 (CA, Folsom), Mexican Jay 359 (AZ, Atascosa Highlands), Black-billed Magpie 1148 (MT, Bozeman), Yellow-billed Magpie 427 (CA, Putah Creek), Clark's Nutcracker 79 (CO, Salida), American Crow 74,000 (IL, Middle Fork River Valley), Northwestern Crow 571 (AK, Sitka), Fish Crow 32,000 (FL, Econlockhatchee), Chihuahuan Raven 173 (NM, Silver City), Common Raven 1247 (AK, Bethel).

Sky Lark 22 (HI, Kaho'olawe), Horned Lark 10,035 (NV, Minden), Northern Rough-winged Swallow 180 (FL, STA5-Clewiston), Purple Martin 5 (FL, Ten Thousand Islands), Tree Swallow 50,000 (FL, Kissimmee Valley), Violet-green Swallow 364 (CA, Moss Landing), Bank Swallow 1 (TX, Attwater Prairie Chicken N.W.R.), Barn Swallow 174 (CA, Salton Sea [south]), Cave Swallow 227 (TX, Cypress Creek), Carolina Chickadee 1350 (VA, Fort Belvoir), Black-capped Chickadee 3118 (MA, Concord), Mountain Chickadee 770 (CO, Evergreen-Idaho Springs), Mexican Chickadee 26 (AZ, Portal), Chestnut-backed Chickadee 1018 (CA, Oakland), Boreal Chickadee 259 (AK, Anchorage), Bridled Titmouse 160 (AZ, Patagonia), Oak Titmouse 533 (CA, Folsom), Juniper Titmouse 72 (AZ, Sedona), Tufted Titmouse 1965 (MA, Concord), Black-crested Titmouse 321 (TX, Love Creek), Tufted x Black-crested Titmouse (hybrid) 206 (TX, Austin), Verdin 652 (AZ, Tucson Valley), Bushtit 1723 (OR, Portland), Red-breasted Nuthatch 395 (AK, Anchorage), White-breasted Nuthatch 1108 (MA, Concord), Pygmy Nuthatch 895 (CA, San Francisco), Brown-headed Nuthatch 461 (GA, St. Catherines Island), Brown Creeper 124 (OR, Portland).

Rock Wren 161 (AZ, Atascosa Highlands), Canyon Wren 164 (AZ, Atascosa Highlands), House Wren 243 (TX, Matagorda County-Mad Island Marsh), Pacific Wren 281 (WA, Padilla Bay), Winter Wren 52 (IL, Mermet Lake, Massac County), Sedge Wren 315 (TX, Matagorda County-Mad Island Marsh), Marsh Wren 311 (TX, Matagorda County-Mad Island Marsh), Carolina Wren 679 (VA, Fort Belvoir), Bewick's Wren 372 (AZ, Atascosa Highlands), Cactus Wren 197 (AZ, Carefree), Sinaloa Wren CW (AZ, Appleton-Whittell), Blue-gray Gnatcatcher 500 (FL, Gainesville), California Gnatcatcher 118 (CA, Rancho Santa Fe), Black-tailed Gnatcatcher 195 (AZ, Salt Verde River), Black-capped Gnatcatcher 10  (AZ, Patagonia), American Dipper 39 (MT, Yellowstone N.P.), Red-vented Bulbul 165 (HI, O'ahu: Honolulu), Red-whiskered Bulbul 13 (HI, O’ahu: Honolulu), Red-whiskered Bulbul 124 ex (CA, Pasadena-San Gabriel Valley), Golden-crowned Kinglet 1360 (WA, Sequim-Dungeness), Ruby-crowned Kinglet 851 (CA, Point Reyes Peninsula), Japanese Bush-Warbler 15 (HI, Kaua'i: Kapa'a), Wrentit 426 (CA, Point Reyes Peninsula), Japanese White-eye 305 (HI, Kaua'i: Kapa'a), Chinese Hwamei 1 (HI, Kaua'i: Kapa'a), Red-billed Leiothrix 28 (HI, Hawai'i: Volcano), White-rumped Shama 22 (HI, O'ahu: Waipi'o).

Eastern Bluebird 727 (VA, Northern Shenandoah Valley), Western Bluebird 911 (NM, Sandia Mountains), Mountain Bluebird 3152 (OK, Kenton [Black Mesa]), Townsend's Solitaire 178 (CO, Denver), Omao 104 (HI, Hawai'i: Volcano), Swainson's Thrush 1 (CA, San Francisco; MD, St. Michaels), Hermit Thrush 382 (CA, Marin County [southern]), Wood Thrush 1 (LA, Baton Rouge; OH, Columbus; TX, Corpus Christi [Flour Bluff], Guadalupe River Delta-McFaddin Family Ranches), Fieldfare 1 (MT, Missoula), Clay-colored Thrush 21 (TX, Weslaco), Rufous-backed Robin (Rufous-backed) CW (TX, Del Rio), American Robin 46,801 (NJ, Mizpah), Varied Thrush 511 (OR, Eugene), Gray Catbird 1100 (FL, Long Pine Key), Curve-billed Thrasher 208 (AZ, Green Valley-Madera Canyon), Brown Thrasher 71 (GA, Intown Atlanta), Long-billed Thrasher 35 (TX, Santa Ana N.W.R.), Bendire's Thrasher 11 (AZ, Gila River), California Thrasher 135 (CA, Rancho Santa Fe), Le Conte's Thrasher 7 (AZ, Gila River), Crissal Thrasher 53 (NM, Peloncillo Mountains), Sage Thrasher 44 (NM, Sevilleta N.W.R.), Northern Mockingbird 575 (TX, Aransas N.W.R.).

Common Hill Myna 14 ex (FL, Kendall Area), European Starling 393,630 (CA, Rio Cosumnes), Common Myna 820 (HI, O'ahu: Honolulu), American Pipit 1503 (OR, Tangent), Sprague's Pipit 35 (TX, Attwater Prairie Chicken N.W.R.), Bohemian Waxwing 4661 (MT, Kalispell), Cedar Waxwing 3273 (TX, West Kerr County), Phainopepla 430 (AZ, Salt Verde River), Olive Warbler 9 (AZ, Green Valley-Madera Canyon), Lapland Longspur 6587 (KS, Hays), Chestnut-collared Longspur 477 (OK, Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge), Smith's Longspur 147 (OK, Norman), McCown's Longspur 150 (TX, Granger), Snow Bunting 1200 (ND, Valley City), McKay's Bunting 22 (AK, Nome).

Ovenbird 28 (FL, Kendall Area), Worm-eating Warbler 7 (FL, Kendall Area), Louisiana Waterthrush 1 (AZ, Patagonia, Tucson Valley; FL, Dade County; TX, Love Creek), Northern Waterthrush 47 (FL, Coot Bay-Everglades N.P.), Blue-winged Warbler 1 (PA, Butler County; TX, Matagorda County-Mad Island Marsh), Black-and-white Warbler 106 (FL, Gainesville), Tennessee Warbler 2 (CA, Oceanside-Vista-Carlsbad), Orange-crowned Warbler 309 (CA, San Diego), Nashville Warbler 8 (FL, Kendall Area), Common Yellowthroat 506 (TX, Guadalupe River Delta-McFaddin Family Ranches), Hooded Warbler 1 (NY, Rochester), American Redstart 30 (FL, Coot Bay-Everglades N.P.), Cape May Warbler 3 (FL, Kendall Area), Northern Parula 110 (FL, Kendall Area), Magnolia Warbler 5 (FL, Coot Bay-Everglades N.P., Kendall Area), Bay-breasted Warbler 1 (MA, Nantucket), Yellow Warbler 10 (FL, Coot Bay-Everglades N.P.), Chestnut-sided Warbler 1 (MD, Seneca), Black-throated Blue Warbler 21 (FL, Kendall Area), Palm Warbler 1000 (FL, Econlockhatchee), Palm Warbler (Western) 200 (FL, Long Pine Key), Palm Warbler (Yellow) 3 (MD, Ocean City), Pine Warbler 600 (FL, Emeralda-Sunnyhill), Yellow-rumped Warbler (Myrtle) 7000 (FL, Cocoa), Yellow-rumped Warbler (Audubon's) 5891 (CA, Orange County [northeastern]), Yellow-throated Warbler 50 (FL, Gainesville), Prairie Warbler 70 (FL, Kendall Area), Grace's Warbler 1 (CA, Santa Barbara; TX, Armand Bayou), Black-throated Gray Warbler 19 (AZ, Tucson Valley), Townsend's Warbler 533 (CA, Año Nuevo), Hermit Warbler 2 (CA, Western Sonoma County), Black-throated Green Warbler 19 (FL, Kendall Area), Rufous-capped Warbler 5 (AZ, Green Valley-Madera Canyon), Wilson's Warbler 17 (TX, Matagorda County-Mad Island Marsh), Painted Redstart 12 (AZ, Atascosa Highlands), Yellow-breasted Chat 6 (TX, Matagorda County-Mad Island Marsh).

Red-crested Cardinal 227 (HI, O'ahu: Honolulu), Yellow-billed Cardinal 12 (HI, Hawai'i: North Kona), Saffron Finch 93 (HI, O'ahu: Waipi'o), White-collared Seedeater 14 (TX, Laredo), Rufous-winged Sparrow 247 (AZ, Buenos Aires N.W.R.), Botteri's Sparrow 3 (AZ, Appleton-Whittell, Nogales), Cassin's Sparrow 19 (NM, Peloncillo Mountains), Bachman's Sparrow 16 (FL, South Brevard County), Grasshopper Sparrow 46 (TX, Matagorda County-Mad Island Marsh), Baird's Sparrow 13 (NM, Peloncillo Mountains), Henslow's Sparrow 28 (MS, Jackson County), Le Conte's Sparrow 43 (TX, Matagorda County-Mad Island Marsh), Nelson's Sparrow (Gulf Coast) 37 (LA, Sabine N.W.R.), Nelson's Sparrow (Atlantic Coast) 43 (FL, Jacksonville), Saltmarsh Sparrow 26 (FL, Jacksonville), Seaside Sparrow 39 (LA, Grand Isle), Olive Sparrow 34 (TX, Anzalduas-Bentsen), American Tree Sparrow 1723 (OH, Ragersville), Chipping Sparrow 3169 (AZ, Atascosa Highlands), Clay-colored Sparrow 4 (AZ, Santa Catalina Mountains), Black-chinned Sparrow 29 (AZ, Avra Valley), Field Sparrow 296 (TX, Balcones Canyonlands), Brewer's Sparrow 1566 (AZ, Avra Valley), Black-throated Sparrow 1349 (AZ, Superior), Five-striped Sparrow 2 (AZ, Green Valley-Madera Canyon), Lark Sparrow 1025 (CA, Carrizo Plain), Lark Bunting 4036 (TX, Balmorhea), Fox Sparrow 633 (CA, San Francisco), Fox Sparrow (Sooty) 381 (CA, Tall Trees), Fox Sparrow (Thick-billed) 14 (CA, Cachuma), Fox Sparrow (Slate-colored) 8 (CA, Cachuma), Fox Sparrow (Red) 175 (NJ, Cape May), Dark-eyed Junco (Slate-colored) 2958 (MA, Concord), Dark-eyed Junco (cismontanus) 16 (CO, Penrose), Dark-eyed Junco (Oregon) 2864 (OR, Portland), Dark-eyed Junco (Pink-sided) 447 (AZ, Santa Catalina Mountains), Dark-eyed Junco (White-winged) 10 (SD, Sturgis), Dark-eyed Junco (Gray-headed) 232 (AZ, Atascosa Highlands), Dark-eyed Junco (Red-backed) 127 (AZ, Flagstaff-Mt. Elden), Yellow-eyed Junco 125 (AZ, Green Valley-Madera Canyon).

White-crowned Sparrow 5066 (CA, Stockton), White-crowned Sparrow (Gambel's) 2122 (AZ, Tucson Valley), Golden-crowned Sparrow 2366 (CA, Sonoma Valley), Harris's Sparrow 526 (KS, Udall-Winfield), White-throated Sparrow 4281 (VA, Fort Belvoir), Sagebrush Sparrow 115 (NM, Sevilleta N.W.R.), Bell's Sparrow (belli) 24 (CA, Carrizo Plain), Bell's Sparrow (canescens) 37 (CA, China Lake), Vesper Sparrow 502 (TX, Bastrop-Buescher State Parks), Savannah Sparrow 4954 (TX, Matagorda County-Mad Island Marsh), Savannah Sparrow (Ipswich) 17 (NJ, Barnegat), Savannah Sparrow (Belding's) 188 (CA, Long Beach-el Dorado), Savannah Sparrow (Large-billed) 4 (CA, Salton Sea [south]), Song Sparrow 1630 (WA, Sequim-Dungeness), Lincoln's Sparrow 295 (TX, Matagorda County-Mad Island Marsh), Swamp Sparrow 610 (TN, Duck River), Canyon Towhee 248 (AZ, Atascosa Highlands), Abert's Towhee 626 (AZ, Gila River), California Towhee 797 (CA, Oakland), Rufous-crowned Sparrow 307 (AZ, Atascosa Highlands), Green-tailed Towhee 117 (AZ, Buenos Aires N.W.R.), Spotted Towhee 693 (OR, Eugene), Eastern Towhee 321 (GA, Intown Atlanta).

Hepatic Tanager 23 (AZ, Atascosa Highlands), Summer Tanager 10 (FL, Kendall Area), Scarlet Tanager 1 (PA, Washington), Western Tanager 8 (CA, San Diego), Crimson-collared Grosbeak 1 (TX, Weslaco), Northern Cardinal 1772 (OH, Ragersville), Pyrrhuloxia 217 (TX, Anzalduas-Bentsen), Rose-breasted Grosbeak 2 (PA, Washington), Black-headed Grosbeak 1 (AZ, Buenos Aires N.W.R., Patagonia; CA, Crystal Springs, Point Reyes Peninsula, Ventura), Blue Grosbeak 4 (FL, Zellwood-Mount Dora), Lazuli Bunting 2 (AZ, Santa Catalina Mountains; UT, Kanab), Indigo Bunting 18 (FL, Sarasota), Varied Bunting CW (AZ, Santa Catalina Mountains), Painted Bunting 37 (FL, Stuart), Dickcissel 1 (CT, Quinnipiac Valley, Westport; MA, Buzzards Bay, Cape Ann, Greater Boston, Millis, Plymouth; ME, York County; NH, Coastal New Hampshire, Laconia-New Hampton; PA, Wild Creek-Little Gap; VA, Blacksburg).

Bobolink 1 (NC, Greenville), Red-winged Blackbird 3,013,767 (LA, Pine Prairie), Tricolored Blackbird 8006 (CA, Los Baños), Western Meadowlark 3342 (CA, Rio Cosumnes), Eastern Meadowlark 803 (OK, Tulsa), Yellow-headed Blackbird 39,725 (AZ, Tucson Valley), Rusty Blackbird 1924 (MS, Jackson), Brewer's Blackbird 48,548 (CA, Rio Cosumnes), Common Grackle 638,731 (PA, Western Chester County), Boat-tailed Grackle 38,333 (LA, Sweet Lake-Cameron Prairie N.W.R.), Great-tailed Grackle 15,000 (TX, Uvalde County), Shiny Cowbird 4 (FL, Fakahatchee), Bronzed Cowbird 1273 (TX, Harlingen), Brown-headed Cowbird 1,000,000 (LA, Pine Prairie), Orchard Oriole 3 (CA, Rancho Santa Fe, San Francisco), Hooded Oriole 10 (TX, Harlingen), Bullock's Oriole 9 (CA, San Diego), Spot-breasted Oriole 4 (FL, Kendall Area), Altamira Oriole 28 (TX, Falcon Dam and S.P.), Audubon's Oriole 16 (TX, Choke Canyon), Baltimore Oriole 60 (FL, Gainesville), Scott's Oriole 6 (CA, Morongo Valley).

Gray-crowned Rosy-Finch 987 (WY, Story-Big Horn), Black Rosy-Finch 250 (WY, Crowheart), Brown-capped Rosy-Finch 515 (CO, Gunnison), Pine Grosbeak 401 (AK, Matanuska Valley), Maui Alauahio 4 (HI, Maui: Haleakala N.P. - Pu'u O Kaka'e), Apapane 608 (HI, Hawai'i: Volcano), Iiwi 20 (HI, Hawai'i: Volcano), Akiapolaau 10 (HI, Hawai'i: Volcano), Hawaii Amakihi 53 (HI, Hawai'i: Volcano), Hawaii (Maui) Amakihi 31 (HI, Maui: Haleakala N.P. - Pu'u O Kaka'e), Oahu Amakihi 19 (HI, O'ahu: Waipi'o), Hawaii Creeper 3 (HI, Hawai'i: Volcano), House Finch 3636 (AZ, Tucson Valley), Purple Finch 945 (NH, Pittsburg), Cassin's Finch 177 (CO, Evergreen-Idaho Springs), Red Crossbill 435 (AK, Kodiak), White-winged Crossbill 84 (NH, Errol-Umbagog), Common Redpoll 1080 (ND, Lostwood), Hoary Redpoll 67 (MN, Kensington), Pine Siskin 2304 (NY, Saranac Lake), Lesser Goldfinch 2267 (AZ, Tucson Valley), Lawrence's Goldfinch 145 (AZ, Santa Catalina Mountains), American Goldfinch 1692 (MA, Concord), European Goldfinch 1 ex (MA, Buzzards Bay), Island Canary 285 (HI, Midway Atoll), Yellow-fronted Canary 144 (HI, O'ahu: Honolulu), Evening Grosbeak 232 (ID, Pocatello), House Sparrow 4270 (IA, Davenport), Eurasian Tree Sparrow 692 (IL, Western Mercer County), Northern Red Bishop 6 ex (CA, Palos Verdes Peninsula), Orange-cheeked Waxbill 2  (HI, Maui: I'ao Valley), Orange-cheeked Waxbill 86 ex (CA, Palos Verdes Peninsula), Common Waxbill 972 (HI, O'ahu: Waipi'o), Red Avadavat 16 (HI, O'ahu: Waipi'o), African Silverbill 125 (HI, Kaho'olawe), Scaly-breasted Munia 462 ex (CA, Santa Barbara), Chestnut Munia 108 (HI, O'ahu: Waipi'o), Java Sparrow 611 (HI, O'ahu: Honolulu), Pin-tailed Whydah 1 (CA, Orange County [northeastern]).

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