121st CBC Season Highest Tallies for Individuals in the United States

United States Christmas Bird Counts reported 664 species, eight Count Week (CW) species, 69 infraspecific forms (forms), and 40 exotics.  The Cuban Pewee and Black-faced Grassquit at Lower Keys – Key Deer N.W.R. in Florida, the Red-legged Thrush at Key West in Florida, and the Siberian Accentor at Homer in Alaska were new species.  The CW Spotted Rail at Choke Canyon S.P. Texas was also new.  There were seven additional CW species (Spectacled Eider, Red-throated Pipit, Masked Booby, Sooty Tern, Rose-throated Becard, Chestnut-sided Warbler, and Streak-backed Oriole) which had been reported in previous years. 

Competition for the most high tallies of individuals was tight this season. Forty-six states had a high-count for at least one species. California still led all states with high tallies for 112 species, 12 forms, and 17 exotics.   Texas was closer than normal with 101 species, five forms, and six exotics.  Florida not far behind placed 3rd with high counts for 97 species, three forms, and 21 exotics, and was followed by Arizona with 78 species, six forms and one exotic, Hawaii with 65 species, four forms, and one exotic, Alaska 35 species, Massachusetts 24 species and two forms, Louisiana with 23 species and two forms, Washington 21 species and one form, Oregon 19 species and four forms, and Colorado 13 species and 10 forms. All other states had less than 13 high counts.

We welcome the new Florida CBC, Homestead, which has demonstrated it can produce high counts of individuals with some of the best in the country.  Homestead placed 7th this season with high tallies for 13 species.  Gainesville, FL, had the most high tallies for the 2nd time with 18 species.  Kendall Area, FL, placed 2nd with high counts for 17 species and eight exotics, Matagorda County – Mad Island Marsh, TX, had high counts for 16 species and two forms, Tucson Valley, AZ, 15 species and one form, Midway Atoll, HI, 15 species, Harlingen, TX, 14 species and one form, San Diego, CA, 12 species and one exotic, O’ahu: Honolulu, HI, 11 species and one exotic, and high counts for nine species each for Atascosa Highlands and Nogales, AZ, San Francisco, CA, and Kaua’i: Lihu’e, HI.

All-time high counts were made for 49 species/forms this season.  We broke five records which had stood for 30 years.  East Contra Costa County, CA, reported 30 Swainson’s Hawks which topped the 22 at FL, Marathon – Grass Key which has stood for 55 years.  The 1537 Anna’s Hummingbirds reported by CA, San Francisco exceeded the 1432 tallied by CA, Santa Barbara 32 years ago.  CO, Evergreen-Idaho Springs reported 2182 Pygmy Nuthatches which doubled the previous record established by CA, Monterey Peninsula 41 years ago.  VA, Fort Belvoir broke an older record by reporting 1206 Carolina Wrens which exceeded the 1089 reported by OH, Cincinnati during the 75th season.  CA, Rancho Santa Fe was able to tie the record of two Grace’s Warblers which has been held by CA, Santa Barbara for 35 years.

Black-bellied Whistling-Duck 8000 (FL, Gainesville), Fulvous Whistling-Duck 680 (FL, Zellwood-Mount Dora), Swan Goose 18 ex (TX, Houston [Central]), Tundra Bean-Goose 1 (PA, Delaware County [Glenolden]), Pink-footed Goose 1 (DE, Cape Henlopen-Prime Hook;  VA, Hopewell), Greater White-fronted Goose 33,016 (AR, Lonoke), Graylag Goose 8 ex (FL, Dade County), Emperor Goose 929 (AK, Kodiak), Snow Goose 227,321 (PA, Bethlehem-Easton), Ross's Goose 20,000 (KS, Webster Reservoir), Brant (Atlantic) 22,774 (NY, L.I.: Southern Nassau County), Brant (Black) 1967 (CA, Arcata), Barnacle Goose 1 (DC, Washington), Cackling Goose 31,533 (OR, Sauvie Island), Cackling (Aleutian) Goose 195 (CA, Hayward-Fremont), Canada Goose 45,881 (CO, Greeley), Hawaiian Goose 536 (HI, Kaua'i: Kapa'a), Mute Swan 725 NY, L.I.: Central Suffolk County), Black Swan 15 ex (FL, Lakeland), Trumpeter Swan 2804 (WA, Skagit Bay), Tundra Swan 22,086 (NC, Mattamuskeet N.W.R.), and Egyptian Goose 235 (FL, Kendall Area) and 55 ex (TX, New Braunfels).

Crested Duck 1 ex (AZ, Phoenix Metro), Muscovy Duck 900 (FL, Kendall Area), Muscovy (Domestic type) Duck 314 ex (TX, Houston [Central]), Wood Duck 3440 (LA, Lacassine N.W.R.-Thornwell), Mandarin Duck 2 ex (CA, Sonoma Valley), Gadwall 26,019 (AL, Wheeler N.W.R.), Eurasian Wigeon 41 (WA, Sequim-Dungeness), American Wigeon 23,793 (NC, Mattamuskeet N.W.R.), American Black Duck 5759 (NY, L.I.: Southern Nassau County), Mallard 45,000 (KS, Webster Reservoir), Mallard (Domestic type) 107 ex (TX, Spring Creek), Mexican Duck 65 (TX, El Paso), Mottled Duck 149 (TX, Corpus Christi), Hawaiian Duck 585 (HI, Kaua'i: Kapa'a), Laysan Duck 265 (HI, Midway Atoll), Blue-winged Teal 3999 (SC, McClellanville), Cinnamon Teal 220 (CA, San Jose), Northern Shoveler 15,912 (LA, Crowley), Northern Pintail 19,559 (NC, Mattamuskeet N.W.R.), Green-winged Teal (American) 18,719 (SC, McClellanville), and Green-winged (Eurasian) Teal 1 (MA, Truro; OR, Yaquina Bay; WA, Port Gamble).

Canvasback 28,430 (IA, Keokuk), Redhead 22,719 (TX, Port Aransas), Common Pochard 1 ex (TX, Westcave Preserve), Ring-necked Duck 8000 (FL, Gainesville), Tufted Duck 3 (AK, Unalaska Island), Greater Scaup 100,001 qn (OH, Toledo), Lesser Scaup 1,200,000 qn (FL, Cocoa), Steller's Eider 204 (AK, Narrow Cape-Kalsin Bay), Spectacled Eider CW (AK, Nome), King Eider 18 (AK, Narrow Cape-Kalsin Bay), Common Eider 250,119 (MA, Tuckernuck Islands), Common (Dresser's) Eider 501 (NY, L.I.: Captree), Harlequin Duck 1069 (AK, Unalaska Island), Surf Scoter 5667 (CA, San Diego), White-winged Scoter 1859 (MA, Cape Ann), Black Scoter 5503 (MA, Newburyport), Long-tailed Duck 1990 (NY, L.I.: Captree), Bufflehead 4566 (NY, Buffalo), Common Goldeneye 16,332 (WI, New Franken), Barrow's Goldeneye 2035 (ID, Lewiston-Clarkston), Hooded Merganser 1387 (NY, L.I.: Southern Nassau County), Common Merganser 13,696 (IA, Red Rock Lake), Red-breasted Merganser 15,129 (OH, Lake Erie Islands), and Ruddy Duck 11,961 (CA, Palo Alto).

Plain Chachalaca 74 (TX, Falcon Dam and S.P.), Helmeted Guineafowl 6 ex (FL, Dade County), Mountain Quail 44 (CA, Grass Mountain), Scaled Quail 126 (TX, Balmorhea), California Quail 4474 (OR, Burns), Gambel's Quail 1964 (AZ, Carefree), Northern Bobwhite 158 (TX, Matagorda County-Mad Island Marsh), Montezuma Quail 48 (AZ, Atascosa Highlands), Indian Peafowl  9 (HI, Hawai'i: North Kona), Indian Peafowl 90 ex (FL, Kendall Area), Chukar 123 (WA, Omak-Okanogan), Erckel's Francolin 19 (HI, Hawai'i: North Kona), Black Francolin 8 (HI, Moloka'i: Kualapu'u), Gray Francolin 34 (HI, Hawai'i: North Kona), Red Junglefowl 1458 (HI, Kaua'i: Lihu'e), Ring-necked Pheasant 385 (ND, Long Lake N.W.R.), Kalij Pheasant 35 (HI, Hawai'i: Volcano), Gray Partridge 103 (WY, Bates Hole), Ruffed Grouse 25 (MN, Grand Marais), Greater Sage-Grouse 239 (WY, Evanston), Gunnison Sage-Grouse 1 (CO, Gunnison), Spruce Grouse 10 (MN, Isabella), Willow Ptarmigan 70 (AK, Eagle River), Rock Ptarmigan 11 (AK, Unalaska Island), White-tailed Ptarmigan 11 (AK, Anchorage), Dusky Grouse 2 (UT, Bryce Canyon N.P. and Ogden Valley; WA, Twisp), Sooty Grouse 3 (OR, Oakridge), Sharp-tailed Grouse 271 (SD, Shadehill), Greater Prairie-Chicken 196 (NE, Beaver Valley), and Wild Turkey 675 (ID, Bonners Ferry).

Red-throated Loon 2131 (VA, Cape Charles), Pacific Loon 382 (CA, Morro Bay), Common Loon 376 (NC, Morehead City), Yellow-billed Loon 5 (AK, Kodiak), Least Grebe 70 (TX, Harlingen), Pied-billed Grebe 1470 (FL, Zellwood-Mount Dora), Horned Grebe 636 (OK, Fort Gibson Reservoir), Red-necked Grebe 252 (WA, Port Angeles), Eared Grebe 4265 (CA, Salton Sea [north]), Western Grebe 27,156 (CA, Clear Lake), Clark's Grebe 3008 (CA, Clear Lake), American Flamingo 1 (FL, St. Marks), American Flamingo 188 ex (FL, Dade County), Laysan Albatross 492,189 (HI, Midway Atoll), Black-footed Albatross 26,524 (HI, Midway Atoll), Short-tailed Albatross 1 (HI, Midway Atoll), Northern Fulmar 61 (CA, Crystal Springs), Bonin Petrel 200 (HI, Midway Atoll), Pink-footed Shearwater 1 (CA, Rancho Santa Fe), Great Shearwater 1 (MA, Truro), Wedge-tailed Shearwater 24 (HI, Hawai'i: North Kona), Sooty Shearwater 3 (CA, Manchester), Short-tailed Shearwater 1 (CA, Rancho Santa Fe), Black-vented Shearwater 2240 (CA, Oceanside-Vista-Carlsbad), Fork-tailed Storm-Petrel 1 (AK, Sitka), and Tristram's Storm-Petrel 1 (HI, Midway Atoll).

White-tailed Tropicbird 16 (HI, Kaua'i: Kapa'a), Red-tailed Tropicbird 3 (HI, Midway Atoll), Wood Stork 1146 (FL, St. Petersburg), Magnificent Frigatebird 225 (FL, Sanibel-Captiva), Great Frigatebird 97 (HI, Maui: Hana), Masked Booby CW (HI, Midway Atoll), Brown Booby 64 (HI, Kaua'i: Kapa'a), Red-footed Booby 2048 (HI, Kaua'i: Kapa'a), Northern Gannet 3952 (NC, Bodie-Pea Island), Brandt's Cormorant 1805 (CA, San Francisco), Neotropic Cormorant 2116 (AZ, Phoenix-Tres Rios), Double-crested Cormorant 17,862 (NC, Southport-Bald Head-Oak Islands), Great Cormorant 125 (MA, Cape Ann), Red-faced Cormorant 7 (AK, Kodiak), Pelagic Cormorant 556 (AK, Kodiak), Anhinga 744 (GA, Augusta), American White Pelican 2550 (FL, Coot Bay-Everglades N.P.), Brown Pelican 2490 (NC, Morehead City), American Bittern 17 (FL, Gainesville), Least Bittern 48 (AZ, Phoenix-Tres Rios), Great Blue (Blue form) Heron 484 (TX, Matagorda County-Mad Island Marsh), Great Blue (White form) Heron 320 (FL, Coot Bay-Everglades N.P.), Great Blue (Wurdemann's) Heron 4 (FL, Coot Bay-Everglades N.P.), Great Egret 2230 (FL, Gainesville), Snowy Egret 858 (GA, Harris Neck N.W.R.), Little Blue Heron 525 (FL, Ten Thousand Islands), Tricolored Heron 1307 (GA, Savannah, GA-SC), Reddish Egret 191 (TX, Coastal Tip), Cattle Egret 1025 (FL, Fort Pierce), Green Heron 77 (FL, STA5-Clewiston), Black-crowned Night-Heron 437 (TX, Matagorda County-Mad Island Marsh), Yellow-crowned Night-Heron 65 (GA, Glynn County), White Ibis 7137 (LA, Lacassine N.W.R.-Thornwell), Glossy Ibis 1800 (FL, Stuart), White-faced Ibis 15,693 (LA, Lacassine N.W.R.-Thornwell), and Roseate Spoonbill 330 (FL, Merritt Island N.W.R.).

Black Vulture 1400 (FL, Fort Pierce), Turkey Vulture 7000 (FL, Ponce Inlet), California Condor 3 (CA, Big Sur), Osprey 350 (FL, Sanibel-Captiva), White-tailed Kite 74 (CA, Centerville Beach to King Salmon), Golden Eagle 23 (CA, Eastern Alameda County), Snail Kite 89 (FL, Gainesville), Northern Harrier 236 (TX, Matagorda County-Mad Island Marsh), Sharp-shinned Hawk 20 (OR, Eugene), Cooper's Hawk 95 (AZ, Tucson Valley), Northern Goshawk 5 (MN, Fredenberg), Bald Eagle 541 (AK, Soldotna), Common Black Hawk 1 (AZ, Sedona; TX, Freeport), Harris's Hawk 68 (TX, Harlingen), White-tailed Hawk 43 (TX, Matagorda County-Mad Island Marsh), Gray Hawk 8 (TX, Anzalduas-Bentsen), Red-shouldered Hawk 225 (FL, Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary), Broad-winged Hawk 7 (FL, Kendall Area), Hawaiian Hawk 6 (HI, Hawai'i: North Kona), Short-tailed Hawk 33 (FL, Homestead), Swainson's Hawk 30 (CA, East Contra Costa County), Zone-tailed Hawk 3 (TX, Laredo), Red-tailed Hawk 264 (NV, Minden), Red-tailed (Harlan's) Hawk 11 (CO, Boulder; MT, Ninepipe N.W.R.), Red-tailed (Krider's) Hawk 3 (LA, Sweet Lake-Cameron Prairie N.W.R.), Rough-legged Hawk 117 (ID, Howe), and Ferruginous Hawk 26 (CA, Mount Shasta).

Yellow Rail 2 (TX, Brazoria-Columbia Bottomlands), Black Rail 4 (CA, Cheep Thrills), Ridgway's Rail 8 (CA, Palo Alto), Ridgway's (Light-footed) Rail 2 (CA, Thousand Oaks), Ridgway's (Yuma) Rail 7 (AZ, Martinez Lake-Yuma), King Rail 40 (LA, Sweet Lake-Cameron Prairie N.W.R.), Clapper Rail (Atlantic Coast) 95 (FL, Jacksonville), Clapper Rail (Gulf Coast) 101 (TX, West End Galveston Island), Virginia Rail 70 (CA, Contra Costa County), Sora 68 (AZ, Phoenix-Tres River), Spotted Rail CW (TX, Choke Canyon), Purple Gallinule 56 (FL, Lakeland), Gray-headed Swamphen 11 (FL, Orange River and STA5-Clewiston), Common Gallinule 2600 (FL, Zellwood-Mount Dora), Common (Hawaiian) Gallinule 326 (HI, Kaua'i: Kapa'a), Hawaiian Coot 275 (HI, Kaua'i: Kapa'a), American Coot 69,251 (AL, Wheeler N.W.R.), Limpkin 144 (FL, Gainesville), Sandhill Crane 18,139 (TN, Hiwassee), and Whooping Crane 101 (TX, Aransas N.W.R.).

Black-necked Stilt 1216 (CA, Hayward-Fremont), Black-necked (Hawaiian) Stilt 450 (HI, Maui: I'ao Valley), American Avocet 4618 (CA, Hayward-Fremont), American Oystercatcher 1470 (FL, Cedar Key), Black Oystercatcher 151 (CA, Fort Bragg), Black-bellied Plover 7218 (CA, Hayward-Fremont), American Golden-Plover 1 (TX, Jackson-Calhoun Counties), Pacific Golden-Plover 283 (HI, O'ahu: Honolulu), Snowy Plover 161 (TX, Corpus Christi), Wilson's Plover 78 (GA,    Little St. Simons Island), Semipalmated Plover 1712 (SC, Sea Islands), Piping Plover 87 (TX, West End Galveston Island), Killdeer 3148 (LA, Crowley), Mountain Plover 9 (CA, Lancaster), Northern Jacana 1 (AZ, Tucson Valley), Spotted Sandpiper 43 (FL, Ten Thousand Islands), Solitary Sandpiper 5 (TX, Harlingen), Gray-tailed Tattler 1 (HI, Midway Atoll), Wandering Tattler 32 (HI, O'ahu: Waipi'o), Greater Yellowlegs 300 (LA, Palmetto Island), Willet 3144 (CA, Crystal Springs), Lesser Yellowlegs 347 (LA, Palmetto Island), Whimbrel 75 (CA, Santa Cruz County), Bristle-thighed Curlew 32 (HI, Midway Atoll), Long-billed Curlew 694 (CA, Carrizo Plain), Bar-tailed Godwit 1 (WA, Leadbetter Point), Marbled Godwit 4036 (CA, Palo Alto), Ruddy Turnstone 315 (FL, Cedar Key), Black Turnstone 376 (WA, Port Townsend).

Red Knot 569 (GA, Little St. Simons Island), Surfbird 112 (AK, Narrow Cape-Kalsin Bay), Ruff 1 (CA, San Jose; HI, Midway Atoll), Stilt Sandpiper 221 (TX, Coastal Tip), Sanderling 2750 (WA, Leadbetter Point), Dunlin 20,425 (WA, Skagit Bay), Rock Sandpiper 3120 (AK, Homer), Purple Sandpiper 207 (ME, York County), Baird's Sandpiper 2 (NM, Lakes Avalon-Brantley), Little Stint 1 (CA, San Diego; SC, McClellanville), Least Sandpiper 9758 (CA, Hayward-Fremont), Pectoral Sandpiper 1 (HI, O'ahu: Waipi'o; LA, Lacassine N.W.R.-Thornwell), Western Sandpiper 14,322 (CA, Cheep Thrills), Short-billed Dowitcher 1203 (SC, Winyah Bay), Long-billed Dowitcher 5263 (LA, Lacassine N.W.R.-Thornwell), Short-billed/Long-billed Dowitcher 12,471 (TX, Matagorda County-Mad Island Marsh), Wilson's Snipe 221 (LA, Lacassine N.W.R.-Thornwell), American Woodcock 58 (GA, Carter's Lake; VA, Cape Charles), and Red Phalarope 56 (OR, Yaquina Bay).

Pomarine Jaeger 6 (MA, Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary), Parasitic Jaeger 9 (NC, Morehead City), Dovekie 41 (MA, Martha's Vineyard), Common Murre 2700 (CA, Del Norte County), Thick-billed Murre 4 (MA, Marshfield), Razorbill 1118 (MA, Tuckernuck Islands), Black Guillemot 50 (ME, Schoodic Point), Pigeon Guillemot 281 (WA, Sequim-Dungeness), Marbled Murrelet 199 (AK, Cordova), Ancient Murrelet 1022 (WA, Sequim-Dungeness), Cassin's Auklet 5 (CA, Manchester), Crested Auklet 54 (AK, Kodiak), Rhinoceros Auklet 110 (CA, Santa Cruz County), Atlantic Puffin 1 (MA, Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary), Horned Puffin 1 (AK, Kodiak), and Tufted Puffin 1 (AK, Kodiak).

Black-legged Kittiwake 4303 (ME, Eastport), Sabine's Gull 1 (OH, Cleveland), Bonaparte's Gull 7488 (OH, Lakewood), Black-headed Gull 2 (DE, Cape Henlopen-Prime Hook), Little Gull 1 (TX, Dallas County), Laughing Gull 15,200 (FL, Cocoa), Franklin's Gull 6 (TX, Matagorda County-Mad Island Marsh), Heermann's Gull 367 (CA, Santa Barbara), Mew Gull 3129 (CA, Centerville Beach to King Salmon), Mew Gull (European) 1 (NY, L.I.: Brooklyn), Ring-billed Gull 50,000 (TN, Big Sandy), Western Gull 2383 (CA, San Francisco), Yellow-footed Gull 2 (CA, Salton Sea [north]), California Gull 8695 (UT, Salt Lake City), Herring Gull 31,470 (PA, Southern Bucks County), Iceland Gull 22 (MA, Nantucket), Iceland (Thayer's) Gull 70 (CA, Cheep Thrills), Iceland (kumlieni) Gull 3 (ME, Monhegan Island), Lesser Black-backed Gull 479 (NC, Cape Hatteras), Slaty-backed Gull 1 (WA, Tri-Cities), Glaucous-winged Gull 1946 (WA, Skagit Bay), Glaucous Gull 15 (MI, Sanilac), Great Black-backed Gull 5765 (DE, Wilmington), Brown Noddy 64 (HI, Midway Atoll), Black (melanogenys) Noddy 190 (HI, Maui: Hana), White Tern 380 (HI, Midway Atoll), Sooty Tern CW (HI, Midway Atoll), Gull-billed Tern 62 (LA, Palmetto Island), Caspian Tern 236 (TX, Coastal Tip), Black Tern 1 (LA, Johnsons Bayou), Common Tern 6 (FL, Fort De Soto), Forster's Tern 525 (TX, Matagorda County-Mad Island Marsh), Royal Tern 1075 (FL, Coot Bay-Everglades N.P.), Sandwich Tern 175 (FL, Sanibel-Captiva), Black Skimmer 850 (FL, Naples).

Rock (Feral) Pigeon 2914 (NJ, Lower Hudson), White-crowned Pigeon 46 (FL, Crocodile Lake N.W.R.), Red-billed Pigeon 1 (TX, Falcon Dam and S.P.), Band-tailed Pigeon 1508 (CA, Calero-Morgan Hill), Eurasian Collared-Dove 1579 (AZ, Phoenix-Tres Rios), Spotted Dove 570 (HI, O'ahu: Honolulu), Zebra Dove 1456 (HI, Kaua'i: Lihu'e), Inca Dove 186 (TX, Harlingen), Common Ground-Dove 78 (CA, Anza-Borrego Desert), Ruddy Ground-Dove 7 (AZ, Tucson Valley), White-tipped Dove 43 (TX, Harlingen), White-winged Dove 1800 (TX, El Paso), Mourning Dove 6694 (AZ, Gila River), Yellow-billed Cuckoo 1 (FL, Homestead, and Tampa), Mangrove Cuckoo 2 (FL, Kendall Area), Greater Roadrunner 40 (AZ, Phoenix-Tres Rios), Smooth-billed Ani 2 (FL, Homestead), and Groove-billed Ani 10 (TX, West End Galveston Island).

Barn Owl 25 (OR, Sauvie Island), Western Screech-Owl 85 (CO, Grand Junction), Eastern Screech-Owl 77 (MA, Mid-Cape Cod), Whiskered Screech-Owl 4 (AZ, Ramsey Canyon), Great Horned Owl 95 (CA, Putah Creek), Snowy Owl 8 (MA, Greater Boston), Northern Hawk Owl 2 (AK, Anchorage), Northern Pygmy-Owl 6 (CO, Evergreen-Idaho Springs), Burrowing Owl 50 (FL, Fort Myers), Spotted Owl 2 (CA, Kern River Valley and Santa Barbara), Barred Owl 75 (FL, Gainesville), Great Gray Owl 7 (MN, Two Harbors), Long-eared Owl 31 (MT, Missoula), Short-eared Owl 72 (OK, Tallgrass Prairie Preserve), Boreal Owl 4 (AK, Fairbanks), Northern Saw-whet Owl 17 (MA, Concord), Lesser Nighthawk 1 (TX, Guadalupe River Delta-McFaddin Family Ranches), Common Nighthawk 1 (TX, Buffalo Bayou), nighthawk sp. 1 (FL, Sarasota), Common Pauraque 10 (TX, Santa Ana N.W.R.), Chuck-will's-widow 1 (FL, Crocodile Lake N.W.R. and Homestead; LA, Grand Isle and Venice), and Eastern Whip-poor-will 9 (FL, Homestead).

Vaux's Swift 24 (LA, Baton Rouge), White-throated Swift 396 (CA, San Jacinto Lake), Magnificent Hummingbird 11 (AZ, Portal), Blue-throated Hummingbird 13 (AZ, Portal), Ruby-throated Hummingbird 75 (FL, Kendall Area), Black-chinned Hummingbird 8 (LA, Baton Rouge), Anna's Hummingbird 1537 (CA, San Francisco), Costa's Hummingbird (CA, Anza-Borrego Desert), Broad-tailed Hummingbird 4 (TX, El Paso), Rufous Hummingbird 21 (LA, Baton Rouge), Allen's Hummingbird 463 (CA, Los Angeles), Calliope Hummingbird 3 (LA, Baton Rouge), Broad-billed Hummingbird 80 (AZ, Tucson Valley), Buff-bellied Hummingbird 19 (TX, Harlingen), Violet-crowned Hummingbird 6 (AZ, Ramsey Canyon), Elegant Trogon 1 (AZ, Nogales; TX, Weslaco), Ringed Kingfisher 25 (TX, Laredo), Belted Kingfisher 160 (FL, Kendall Area), Green Kingfisher 15 (TX, Laredo).

Lewis's Woodpecker 170 (OR, Tygh Valley), Red-headed Woodpecker 147 (KS, Linn County), Acorn Woodpecker 915 (CA, Santa Barbara), Gila Woodpecker 566 (AZ, Tucson Valley), Golden-fronted Woodpecker 273 (TX, Harlingen), Red-bellied Woodpecker 584 (MA, Concord), Williamson's Sapsucker 12 (NM, Santa Fe), Yellow-bellied Sapsucker 167 (VA, Central Loudon), Red-naped Sapsucker 44 (AZ, Prescott), Red-breasted Sapsucker 65 (CA, Putah Creek), Ladder-backed Woodpecker 118 (AZ, Tucson Valley), Nuttall's Woodpecker 226 (CA, Putah Creek), Downy Woodpecker 1026 (MA, Concord), Hairy Woodpecker 251 (MA, Concord), Arizona Woodpecker 30 (AZ, Portal), Red-cockaded Woodpecker 67 (SC, McClellanville), White-headed Woodpecker 36 (CA, South Lake Tahoe), American Three-toed Woodpecker 6 (AK, Fairbanks), American (Rocky Mts.) Three-toed Woodpecker 3 (CO, Rocky Mountain N.P.), Black-backed Woodpecker 11 (MN, Isabella), Northern Flicker 497 (OR, Portland), Northern (yellow-shafted) Flicker 244 (TN, Duck River), Northern (red-shafted) Flicker 445 (CA, Putah Creek), Gilded Flicker 69 (AZ, Carefree), and Pileated Woodpecker 205 (FL, Gainesville).

Crested Caracara 225 (TX, Matagorda County-Mad Island Marsh), American Kestrel 219 (TX, Harlingen), Merlin 24 (OK, Black Kettle National Grassland), Aplomado Falcon 5 (TX, Coastal Tip), Gyrfalcon 1 (OR, Dallas; SD, Harding County and Sturgis; WA, Sequim-Dungeness), Peregrine Falcon 20 (NY, L.I.: Southern Nassau County), Prairie Falcon 18 (ID, Howe), Rose-ringed Parakeet 1227 (HI, Kaua'i: Lihu'e) and 1 ex (CA, Los Angeles, and San Fernando Valley), Rosy-faced Lovebird 103 (AZ, Phoenix Metro), Monk Parakeet 294 (TX, Austin), White-winged Parakeet 1 ex (CA, Pasadena-San Gabriel Valley), Yellow-chevroned Parakeet 225 ex (FL, Kendall Area), Scaly-headed Parrot 2 ex (FL, Kendall Area), Red-crowned Parrot 319 (CA, Pasadena-San Gabriel Valley) and 115 ex (HI, O'ahu: Honolulu), Lilac-crowned Parrot 70 ex (CA, San Bernardino Valley), Red-lored Parrot 1 ex (CA, Rancho Santa Fe), Yellow-headed Parrot 7 ex (CA, Pasadena-San Gabriel Valley), Orange-winged Parrot 69 ex (FL, Dade County), Nanday Parakeet 250 (FL, Sarasota) and 231 ex (CA, Malibu), Blue-and-yellow Macaw 15 ex (FL, Kendall Area), Chestnut-fronted Macaw 20 ex (FL, Dade County), Blue-crowned Parakeet 39 ex (FL, Dade County), Green Parakeet 757 (TX, Anzalduas-Bentsen), Green Parakeet 4 ex (FL, Dade County), Crimson-fronted Parakeet 6 ex (FL, Dade County), Scarlet-fronted Parakeet 4 ex (FL, Dade County), Mitred Parakeet 225 ex (FL, Kendall Area), Red-masked Parakeet 82 (HI, O'ahu: Honolulu) and 224 ex (CA, San Francisco), and White-eyed Parakeet 25 ex (FL, Fort Lauderdale).

Northern Beardless-Tyrannulet 3 (AZ, Safford), Greater Pewee 1 (AZ, Ramsey Canyon and Tucson Valley; CA, Pasadena-San Gabriel Valley), Cuban Pewee 1 (FL, Lower Keys-Key Deer N.W.R.), Willow Flycatcher 1 (CA, San Jose), Least Flycatcher 10 (FL, Homestead), Hammond's Flycatcher 9 (AZ, Nogales), Gray Flycatcher 49 (AZ, Nogales), Dusky Flycatcher 3 (AZ, Nogales), Pacific-slope Flycatcher 1 (CA, Palos Verdes Peninsula, Pasadena-San Gabriel Valley, San Francisco, Santa Rosa and Thousand Oaks; TX, Brazoria-Columbia Bottomlands, Brazos Bend, San Bernard N.W.R. and Weslaco), Pacific-slope/Cordilleran Flycatcher 4 (CA, San Diego).

Black Phoebe 506 (CA, San Diego), Eastern Phoebe 852 (TX, Matagorda County-Mad Island Marsh), Say's Phoebe 207 (AZ, Gila River), Vermilion Flycatcher 482 (AZ, Tucson Valley), Dusky-capped Flycatcher 1 (AZ, Phoenix-Tres Rios; CA, San Diego, San Fernando Valley and Ventura; TX, Santa Ana N.W.R. and Weslaco), Ash-throated Flycatcher 15 (TX, Matagorda County-Mad Island Marsh), Great Crested Flycatcher 63 (FL, Fakahatchee), Brown-crested Flycatcher 4 (FL, Homestead), La Sagra's Flycatcher 1 (FL, Homestead), Great Kiskadee 201 (TX, Harlingen), Tropical Kingbird 48 (TX, Santa Ana N.W.R.), Couch's Kingbird 77 (TX, Guadalupe River Delta-McFaddin Family Ranches), Cassin's Kingbird 371 (CA, San Diego), Thick-billed Kingbird 1 (CA, Claremont and San Diego), Western Kingbird 5 (FL, Homestead), Scissor-tailed Flycatcher 12 (TX,  Choke Canyon), Rose-throated Becard CW (TX, Falcon Dam and S.P.).

Loggerhead Shrike 207 (TX, Harlingen), Northern Shrike 10 (CO, Rocky Ford; WA, Cheney), White-eyed Vireo 102 (FL, Gainesville), Bell's Vireo 1 (AZ, Salt Verde River; FL,  Peace River; LA, Lacassine N.W.R.-Thornwell and Venice), Yellow-throated Vireo 15 (FL, Kendall Area), Plumbeous Vireo 8 (AZ, Tucson Valley), Cassin's Vireo 3 (AZ, Carefree), Blue-headed Vireo 100 (FL, Gainesville), Hutton's Vireo 55 (CA, Santa Cruz County), Warbling Vireo 1 (CA, Santa Barbara; FL, Kendall Area), Hawaii Elepaio 50 (HI, Hawai'i: Volcano), Canada Jay (Rocky Mts.) 14 (CO, Rocky Mountain N.P.), Canada Jay (Pacific) 28 (CA, Centerville Beach to King Salmon), Canada Jay (Transcascade) 34 (OR, Yaquina Bay), Black-throated Magpie-Jay 3 ex (CA, San Diego), Green Jay 141 (TX, Laredo), Pinyon Jay 502 (NV, Carson City), Steller's (coastal) Jay 469 (OR, Eugene), Steller's (interior) Jay 385 (CO, Evergreen-Idaho Springs), Blue Jay 2518 (MA, Concord), Florida Scrub-Jay 55 (FL, South Brevard County), Island Scrub-Jay 123 (CA, Santa Cruz Island), California Scrub-Jay 934 (CA, Putah Creek), Woodhouse's Scrub-Jay 517 (NV, Truckee Meadows), Mexican Jay 399 (AZ, Portal), Black-billed Magpie 1511 (MT, Bozeman), Yellow-billed Magpie 338 (CA, Putah Creek), Clark's Nutcracker 177 (MT, Ninepipe N.W.R.), American Crow 41,304 (IL, Middle Fork River Valley), Northwestern Crow 647 (AK, Sitka), Fish Crow 11,000 (FL, Econlockhatchee), Chihuahuan Raven 311 (AZ, Nogales), and Common Raven 1238 (AK, Fairbanks).

Sky Lark 10 (HI,   Maui: Haleakala N.P. - Pu'u O Kaka'e), Horned Lark 3667 (NV, Fallon), Northern Rough-winged Swallow 174 (AZ, Phoenix-Tres Rios), Purple Martin 9 (FL, Sarasota), Tree Swallow 26,000 (FL, Kissimmee Valley), Violet-green Swallow 46 (CA, Cachuma), Barn Swallow 75 (FL, Venice-Englewood), Cliff Swallow 1 (SC, Winyah Bay), Cave Swallow 110 (FL, Homestead), Cave Swallow (Texas) 250 (TX, Harlingen), Carolina Chickadee 899 (VA, Fort Belvoir), Black-capped Chickadee 5080 (MN, Faribault), Mountain (Rocky Mts.) Chickadee 1028 (CO, Evergreen-Idaho Springs), Mexican Chickadee 1 (AZ, Portal), Chestnut-backed Chickadee 955 (CA, Santa Cruz County), Boreal Chickadee 463 (AK, Fairbanks), Bridled Titmouse 364 (AZ, Patagonia), Oak Titmouse 556 (CA, Santa Barbara), Juniper Titmouse 83 (NM, Sandia Mountains), Tufted Titmouse 1719 (MA, Concord), Black-crested Titmouse 309 (TX, Boerne), Tufted x Black-crested Titmouse (hybrid) 143 (TX, Austin), Verdin 895 (AZ, Tucson Valley), Bushtit (Pacific) 2488 (OR, Portland), Bushtit (interior) 209 (CO, Colorado Springs), Red-breasted Nuthatch 905 (MA, Mid-Cape Cod), White-breasted (eastern) Nuthatch 1301 (MA, Concord), White-breasted (interior west) Nuthatch 257 (CO, Evergreen-Idaho Springs), Pygmy Nuthatch 2182 (CO, Evergreen-Idaho Springs), Brown-headed Nuthatch 660 (MD, Point Lookout), and Brown Creeper 150 (OR, Portland).

Rock Wren 68 (AZ, Atascosa Highlands), Canyon Wren  56 (AZ, Atascosa Highlands), House Wren 325 (FL, Gainesville), House (Brown-throated) Wren 1 (AZ, Ramsey Canyon), Pacific Wren 232 (WA, Olympia), Winter Wren 82 (TN, Duck River), Sedge Wren 174 (TX, Matagorda County-Mad Island Marsh), Marsh Wren 180 (TX, Matagorda County-Mad Island Marsh), Carolina Wren 1206 (VA, Fort Belvoir), Bewick's Wren 264 (OR, Portland), Cactus Wren 253 (AZ, Carefree), Blue-gray Gnatcatcher 750 (FL, Lakeland), California Gnatcatcher 90 (CA, Rancho Santa Fe), Black-tailed Gnatcatcher 322 (AZ, Tucson Valley), Black-capped Gnatcatcher 6 (AZ, Atascosa Highlands), American Dipper 48 (MT, Yellowstone N.P.), Red-vented Bulbul 550 (HI, O'ahu: Honolulu) and 14 ex (TX, Houston Central), Red-whiskered Bulbul 106 (HI, O'ahu: Honolulu) and 203 ex (CA, Pasadena-San Gabriel Valley), Golden-crowned Kinglet 889 (WA, Port Townsend), Ruby-crowned Kinglet 818 (CA, San Francisco), Japanese Bush-Warbler 19 (HI, Kaua'i: Kapa'a), Wrentit 388 (CA, Rancho Santa Fe), Oriental White-eye 7 ex (CA, Rancho Santa Fe), Japanese White-eye 608 (HI, Kaua'i: Lihu'e) and 7 ex (CA, Palos Verdes Peninsula), Chinese Hwamei 13 (HI, Kaua'i: Lihu'e), Greater Necklaced Laughingthrush 3 (HI, Kaua'i: Lihu'e), Red-billed Leiothrix 138 (HI, O'ahu: Honolulu).

White-rumped Shama 96 (HI, O'ahu: Honolulu), Eastern Bluebird 760 (VA, Central Loudon), Western Bluebird 1389 (CA, Anza-Borrego Desert), Mountain Bluebird 392 (CO, Grand Junction), Townsend's Solitaire 126 (NM, Los Alamos), Omao 114 (HI, Hawai'i: Volcano), Veery 1 (NY, L.I.: Brooklyn), Swainson's Thrush 1 (OH, Cadiz), Hermit Thrush 436 (CA, San Francisco), Wood Thrush 1 (CO, Pueblo; PA, Bloomsburg and Harrisburg), Clay-colored Thrush 26 (TX, Santa Ana N.W.R.), Rufous-backed Robin 1 (AZ, Patagonia and Ramsey Canyon; TX, El Paso), American Robin 19,962 (TX, West End Galveston Island), Red-legged (rubripes/coryi) Thrush 1 (FL, Key West), and Varied Thrush 414 (OR, Portland).

Gray Catbird 510 (FL, Homestead), Curve-billed Thrasher 173 (AZ, Carefree), Brown Thrasher 73 (TX, Lake O' the Pines), Long-billed Thrasher 78 (TX, Choke Canyon), Bendire's Thrasher 6 (AZ, Lake Pleasant), California Thrasher 140 (CA, Rancho Santa Fe), LeConte's Thrasher 3 (AZ, Gila River; CA, Lancaster), Crissal Thrasher 66 (AZ, Portal), Sage Thrasher 100 (AZ, Sedona), Northern Mockingbird 636 (TX, Harlingen), Common Hill Myna 2 ex (FL, Kendall Area), European Starling 62,998 (IN, Sullivan County), Common Myna 1444 (HI, Kaua'i: Lihu'e), Siberian Accentor 1 (AK, Homer), White (black-backed) Wagtail 1 (CA, Santa Cruz County), Red-throated Pipit CW (AK, Homer), American Pipit 866 (OR, Corvallis), Sprague's Pipit 30 (TX, Matagorda County-Mad Island Marsh), Bohemian Waxwing 15,881 (AK, Anchorage), Cedar Waxwing 6145 (TX, Round Rock), Phainopepla 455 (AZ, Tucson Valley), Olive Warbler 5 (AZ, Patagonia), Lapland Longspur 4216 (KS, Dodge City), Chestnut-collared Longspur 789 (OK, Wichita Mountains Wildlife Refuge), Smith's Longspur 54 (OK, Norman), Thick-billed Longspur 22 (TX, Buffalo Lake N.W.R.), Snow Bunting 1320 (MI, Huron County), and McKay's Bunting 10 (AK, Nome).

Ovenbird 21 (FL, Homestead), Worm-eating Warbler 4 (FL, Kendall Area), Louisiana Waterthrush 2 (FL, Kendall Area), Northern Waterthrush 15 (FL, Coot Bay - Everglades N.P.), Blue-winged Warbler 1 (DC, Washington), Black-and-white Warbler 135 (FL, Gainesville), Prothonotary Warbler 1 (FL, St. Petersburg), Tennessee Warbler 1 (AZ, Hassayampa River; CA, Fort Bragg and Santa Barbara; FL, Gainesville and Kendall Area; KY, Bowling Green and Louisville; LA, Grand Isle; MA, Athol and Mid-Cape Cod; NC, New Bern; NJ, Tuckerton; PA, Delaware County [Glenolden]), Orange-crowned Warbler 348 (CA, San Diego), Lucy's Warbler 1 (CA, Palos Verdes Peninsula, Rancho Santa Fe and Ventura), Nashville Warbler 4 (CA, Centerville Beach to King Salmon), MacGillivray's Warbler 1 (AZ, Phoenix-Tres Rios; CA, Santa Barbara; TX, Freeport; WA, Kent-Auburn and Sequim-Dungeness), Common Yellowthroat 544 (TX, Guadalupe River Delta-McFaddin Family Ranches), American Redstart 69 (FL, Kendall Area), Cape May Warbler 11 (FL, Dade County), Northern Parula 156 (FL, Kendall Area), Tropical Parula 1 (TX, Anzalduas-Bentsen, Guadalupe River Delta-McFaddin Family Ranches, Victoria, and Weslaco), and Magnolia Warbler 6 (FL, Kendall Area).

Yellow Warbler 11 (CA, San Diego; FL, Coot Bay-Everglades N.P.), Yellow (mangrove) Warbler 2 (TX, Coastal Tip and Laguna Atascosa N.W.R.), Chestnut-sided Warbler CW (OH, Columbus), Blackpoll Warbler 1 (TX, Weslaco), Black-throated Blue Warbler 33 (FL, Kendall Area), Palm Warbler 1410 (FL, Gainesville), Palm (western) Warbler 105 (AL, Eufaula N.W.R.), Palm (yellow) Warbler 30 (NC, Pettigrew S.P.), Pine Warbler 590 (FL, Melrose), Yellow-rumped (myrtle) Warbler 5770 (VA, Cape Charles), Yellow-rumped (Audubon's) Warbler 2646 (CA, Oceanside-Vista-Carlsbad), Yellow-throated Warbler 113 (FL, Gainesville), Prairie Warbler 114 (FL, Kendall Area), Grace's Warbler 2 (CA, Rancho Santa Fe), Black-throated Gray Warbler 14 (CA, San Diego), Townsend's Warbler 572 (CA, San Francisco), Hermit Warbler 2 (CA, Año Nuevo), Black-throated Green Warbler 11 (FL, Kendall Area), Rufous-capped Warbler 1 (AZ, Ramsey Canyon), Wilson's Warbler 20 (TX, Brazos Bend), Painted Redstart 11 (AZ, Atascosa Highlands), and Yellow-breasted Chat 13 (RI, Newport County-Westport).

Red-crested Cardinal 368 (HI, O'ahu: Honolulu), Yellow-billed Cardinal 78 (HI, Hawai'i: Hilo), Saffron Finch 251 (HI, O'ahu: Waipi'o), White-collared Seedeater 8 (TX, Laredo), Black-faced Grassquit 1 (FL, Lower Keys-Key Deer N.W.R.), Rufous-winged Sparrow 67 (AZ, Nogales), Cassin's Sparrow 9 (AZ, Portal), Bachman's Sparrow 6 (NC, Southport-Bald Head-Oak Islands), Grasshopper Sparrow 38 (TX, Balcones Canyonlands), Baird's Sparrow 16 (AZ, Appleton-Whittell), Henslow's Sparrow 12 (LA, St. Tammany Parish), LeConte's Sparrow 42 (TX, San Bernard N.W.R.), Nelson's Sparrow 108 (VA, Cape Charles), Saltmarsh Sparrow 27 (VA, Cape Charles), Seaside Sparrow 56 (NC, Wilmington), Olive Sparrow 63 (TX, Laguna Atascosa N.W.R.), American Tree Sparrow 1947 (IL, Rockford), Chipping Sparrow 1200 (FL, Gainesville), Clay-colored Sparrow 45 (TX, Comstock), Black-chinned Sparrow 64 (AZ, Nogales), Field Sparrow 304 (TX, Balcones Canyonlands), Brewer's Sparrow 250 (AZ, Gila River), Black-throated Sparrow 498 (AZ, Portal), Five-striped Sparrow 1 (AZ, Atascosa Highlands), Lark Sparrow 486 (CA, Carrizo Plain), Lark Bunting 579 (TX, Lubbock County), Fox Sparrow 506 (CA, Arcata), Fox (sooty) Sparrow 177 (OR, Columbia Estuary), Fox (thick-billed) Sparrow 5 (CA, Rancho Santa Fe), Fox (slate-colored) Sparrow 1 (CO, Roaring Fork River Valley), and Fox (red) Sparrow 197 (NJ, Cape May).


Dark-eyed (slate-colored) Junco 4129 (NY, Albany County), Dark-eyed (cismontanus) Junco 25 (CO, Longmont), Dark-eyed (Oregon) Junco 3634 (WA, Vashon), Dark-eyed (pink-sided) Junco 200 (NM, Albuquerque), Dark-eyed (white-winged) Junco 10 (CO, Evergreen-Idaho Springs), Dark-eyed (gray-headed) Junco 196 (CO, Evergreen-Idaho Springs), Dark-eyed (red-backed) Junco 19 (AZ, Prescott), Yellow-eyed Junco 88 (AZ, Green Valley-Madera Canyon), White-crowned Sparrow 4583 (CA, San Francisco), White-crowned Sparrow (oriantha) 2 (AZ, Santa Catalina Mountains and Tucson Valley), White-crowned Sparrow (Gambel's) 1897 (AZ, Tucson Valley), White-crowned Sparrow (yellow-billed) 8 (CA, Palos Verdes Peninsula), White-crowned Sparrow (pugetensis) 136 (CA, Tall Trees), Golden-crowned Sparrow 3083 (CA, San Francisco), Harris's Sparrow 389 (KS, Manhattan), White-throated Sparrow 5172 (MD, Bowie), Sagebrush Sparrow 360 (NM, Sevilleta N.W.R.), Bell's (belli) Sparrow 97 (CA, Carrizo Plain), Bell's (canescens) Sparrow 61 (CA, Butterbredt Spring), Vesper Sparrow 244 (TX, Palmetto S.P.), Savannah (savannah) Sparrow 2013 (TX, Matagorda County-Mad Island Marsh), Savannah (Ipswich) Sparrow 60 (NJ, Barnegat), Savannah (Belding's) Sparrow 41 (CA, Rancho Santa Fe), Savannah (large-billed) Sparrow 1 (CA, Morro Bay), Song Sparrow 1946 (OH, Ragersville), Lincoln's Sparrow 398 (TX, Guadalupe River Delta-McFaddin Family Ranches), Swamp Sparrow 1338 (TN, Duck River), Canyon Towhee 207 (AZ, Atascosa Highlands), Abert's Towhee 615 (AZ, Tucson Valley), California Towhee 781 (CA, Rancho Santa Fe), Rufous-crowned Sparrow 91 (AZ, Atascosa Highlands), Green-tailed Towhee 29 (AZ, Buenos Aires N.W.R.), Spotted Towhee 639 (OR, Eugene), and Eastern Towhee 243 (WV, Point Pleasant).

Hepatic Tanager 2 (AZ, Atascosa Highlands and Patagonia), Summer Tanager 10 (FL, Gainesville), Western Tanager 23 (CA, San Diego), Crimson-collared Grosbeak 1 (TX, Santa Ana N.W.R. and Weslaco), Northern Cardinal 1924 (OH, Wilmot), Pyrrhuloxia 155 (AZ, Ramsey Canyon), Rose-breasted Grosbeak 2 (TX, Victoria), Black-headed Grosbeak 3 (TX, College Station), Blue Bunting 1 (TX, Anzalduas-Bentsen and Santa Ana N.W.R.), Blue Grosbeak 1 (GA, Augusta; PA, Pennypack Valley; VA, Washington's Birthplace), Lazuli Bunting 5 (AZ, Ramsey Canyon), Indigo Bunting 30 (FL, Sarasota), Painted Bunting 81 (FL, Homestead), and Dickcissel 1 (AR, Pine Bluff; FL, Sarasota; IN, Ohio River; LA, St. Tammany Parish; MA, Cape Cod and Plymouth; OH, Wilmot; SC, Ace Basin; TX, Buffalo Bayou; VA, Charlottesville).

Red-winged Blackbird 1,019,024 (KS, Halstead-Newton), Tricolored Blackbird 800 (CA, Contra Costa County), Western Meadowlark 1590 (AZ, Gila River), Eastern Meadowlark 1002 (TX, Lake Tawakoni), Eastern (Lilian's) Meadowlark 55 (AZ, Chino Valley), Yellow-headed Blackbird 15,338 (TX, McNary), Rusty Blackbird 1272 (IL, Jackson County), Brewer's Blackbird 5634 (AZ, Nogales), Common Grackle 127,802 (IN, Sullivan County), Boat-tailed Grackle 9495 (TX, Matagorda County-Mad Island Marsh), Great-tailed Grackle 10,682 (TX, Anzalduas-Bentsen), Shiny Cowbird 2 (FL, Homestead), Bronzed Cowbird 555 (TX, Weslaco), Brown-headed Cowbird 150,354 (LA, Pine Prairie), Orchard Oriole 1 (CA, Morro Bay and San Diego; OR, Portland), Hooded Oriole 7 (TX, Harlingen), Streak-backed Oriole CW (AZ, Tucson Valley), Bullock's Oriole 12 (CA, San Diego), Spot-breasted Oriole 4 (FL, Fort Lauderdale), Altamira Oriole 24 (TX, Harlingen), Audubon's Oriole 16 (TX, Choke Canyon), Baltimore Oriole 120 (FL, Gainesville), Scott's Oriole 8 (CA, Anza-Borrego Desert), Brambling 1 (AK, Seward), Gray-crowned Rosy-Finch 500 (ID, Idaho Falls), Black Rosy-Finch 255 (UT, Dinosaur N.M.-Jensen), Brown-capped Rosy-Finch 306 (CO, Monte Vista N.W.R.) and Pine Grosbeak 945 (AK, Anchorage).

Apapane 494 (HI, Hawai'i: Volcano), Iiwi 106 (HI, Maui: Haleakala N.P. - Pu'u O Kaka'e), Akiapolaau 17 (HI, Hawai'i: Volcano), Hawaii Amakihi 126 (HI, Hawai'i: Volcano), Hawaii (Maui) Amakihi 38 (HI, Maui: Haleakala N.P. - Pu'u O Kaka'e), Oahu Amakihi 43 (HI, O'ahu: Honolulu), Hawaii Creeper 3 (HI, Hawai'i: Volcano), Hawaii Akepa 2 (HI, Hawai'i: Volcano), House Finch 2687 (AZ, Tucson Valley), Purple Finch 386 (VA, Northern Shenandoah Valley), Cassin's Finch 326 (CO, Evergreen-Idaho Springs), Red Crossbill 753 (WA, San Juan Islands Archipelago), Red (Appalachian or type 1) Crossbill 2 (VA, Rockingham County), Red (western hemlock or type 3) Crossbill 9 (PA, White Mills), Red (sitka spruce or type 10) Crossbill 31 (CA, Tall Trees), White-winged Crossbill 920 (AK, Fairbanks), Common Redpoll 3867 (AK, Fairbanks), Hoary Redpoll 50 (AK, Bethel), Pine Siskin 9608 (WA, Olympia), Lesser Goldfinch 1189 (CA, Sonoma Valley), Lawrence's Goldfinch 72 (AZ, Nogales), American Goldfinch 1546 (MA, Concord), European Goldfinch 98 ex (IL, Waukegan), Island Canary 247 (HI, Midway Atoll), Yellow-fronted Canary 230 (HI, Hawai'i: Hilo), Evening Grosbeak 281 (NH, Pittsburg), House Sparrow 6714 (UT, Logan), Eurasian Tree Sparrow 1127 (IL, Andalusia), Common Waxbill 918 (HI, O'ahu: Honolulu), Red Avadavat 20 (HI, O'ahu: Waipi'o), African Silverbill 26 (HI, Hawai'i: North Kona), Scaly-breasted Munia 432 (HI, Kaua'i: Lihu'e), Scaly-breasted Munia 40 ex (FL, Kendall Area; TX, Freeport), Chestnut Munia 2360 (HI, Kaua'i: Lihu'e), Java Sparrow 504 (HI, O'ahu: Honolulu), and Pin-tailed Whydah 19 ex CA, Palos Verdes Peninsula).