This summary covers 120 years of Christmas Bird Counts (CBCs) in the United States.  My predecessor, Burt Monroe, summarized the all-time highs (ATHs) for CBCs in 1973 & 1986 and reported 726 species.  Since then there has been a considerable amount of splitting of species and much new talent along with better gear entering the birding field.  I summarized the results in 2000 and reported 823 species and 45 infraspecific forms, and in 2010 857 species, 66 infraspecific forms and 62 exotics.  With the completion of the 120th season, we now have ATHs for 860 species, 93 infraspecific forms and 98 exotics.  We also have nine species/forms which were only found during Count Week: Hawaiian Petrel, Galapagos/Hawaiian Petrel, Newell’s Shearwater, Key West Quail-Dove, Military Macaw, Dusky/Naumann’s Thrush, Dusky Thrush, Citrine Wagtail, and Eurasian Bullfinch. These records come from 47 states and 513 CBCs.

Records occur as number & skills of observers, coordinated efforts, access to land, and environmental & biological forces merge to produce the “Best” results.  However, records are fleeting and generally will be broken.  A testimony to this is that most species high count records are stacked closest to today and the fewest at the start of CBC history.  Records occurring within 10-year increments of CBCs are as follows: 111th – 120th = 25%, 101st – 110th = 18%, 91st-100th = 14%, 81st-90th = 16%, 71st-80th = 13%, 61st-70th = 7%, and prior to the 60th = 6%.  The real interesting ones are the 107 records that are older than 50 years.  The count for each of these are bold-faced in the listings below.

These records are the history of people trying to survey the early winter avifauna, a quest to bring recognition to their area and themselves, a zest for counting birds because “that is what birders do”, and the actual conspicuousness and status of birds within the confines of CBCs.  As you read the summaries of these records, try to visualize the conditions needed to produce the results.  What was it like to find 89 Heath Hen at Edgartown, Massachusetts, during the 9th, four Ivory-billed Woodpeckers at Tallulah, Louisiana, during the 34th, 25 Dusky Seaside Sparrows at Titusville, Florida, during the 36th, eight Oahu Alauahio at Honolulu, Hawaii, during the 41st, two million Northern Pintails at Sacramento Refuge, California, during the 45th or over 100 million birds at Pine Prairie, Louisiana during the 87th?  These situations may never occur again.  They, along with all the other records were assuredly, unique and special.  Spend some time contemplating how they were produced.

Competition to have the top tally of a species was quite extensive and many CBCs could not locate that one extra bird to have the ATHC record to itself.  Twenty-six CBCs are tied with one Kentucky Warbler, 22 had one Slaty-backed Gull, 18 had one Sabine’s Gull, 13 had one Thick-billed Kingbird, and 10 had one Streak-backed Oriole. There were 26 other instances where at least five counts were tied to the highest tally. This led to the following results.

State-wise, Texas was Number 1 with ATHs for 159 species and 10 infraspecific forms, followed closely by California with 156 species and 26 forms.  Florida had 119 & 10, Hawaii 107 & 6, Arizona 88 & 8, Alaska 46 & 3, Louisiana 37, Massachusetts 29 & 6, Washington 19 & 5, New Jersey 19 & 3, Oregon 19 & 1, North Carolina 18 & 2, Virginia 13, Colorado 12 & 6, and New Mexico 11 & 2.  All other states had less than 10 ATHs.

The top 22 count localities have been responsible for at least nine ATHs each, as follows: 24 species at HI, Oahu: Honolulu; 20 species at TX, Anzalduas-Bentsen; 18 species at TX, Santa Ana N.W.R.; 17 species and two forms at FL, Coot Bay-Everglades N.P.; 17 species at TX, Freeport; 16 & 1 at FL, Fort Lauderdale; 15 & 1  at CA, Orange County (coastal); 15 species at FL, Kendall Area;  14 & 1 at AZ, Atascosa Highlands; 12 & 1 at AZ, Tucson Valley, and TX, Laguna Atascosa and Matagorda County-Mad Island Marsh; 12 species at HI, Midway Atoll; 11 & 4 at CA, San Diego; 11 species & 2 at AZ, Nogales and HI, Hawai’i: Volcano; 11 species at CA, Santa Barbara; 10 at AZ, Patagonia; 9 & 1 at CA, Point Reyes Peninsula and HI, Laysan Island; and 9 species at CA, Monterey Peninsula and FL, Cocoa.

The format for listing is as follows: species name followed by number of individuals; (within parenthesis, state name followed by CBC name and count(s) in which results were obtained; states are separated by semi-colon and multiple CBCs within a state by a comma).  Species for records standing more than 50 years have the season bold-faced.

Plumed Whistling-Duck 1 ex (FL, Fort Lauderdale 116, 118), White-faced Whistling-Duck 1 ex (FL, Fort Lauderdale 118), Black-bellied Whistling-Duck 11,793 (TX, Weslaco 116), Fulvous Whistling-Duck 2200 (FL, STA5-Clewiston 113), Swan Goose 21 ex (CA, Long Beach-El Dorado 117), Taiga Bean Goose 3 (AK, Shemya Island 108), Pink-footed Goose 2 (MD, Lower Kend County 117), Greater White-fronted Goose 350,000 (KS, Quivira N.W.R. 105), Lesser White-fronted Goose 1 (OH, Tiffin 94; PA, Pittsburgh 78), Greylag Goose 81 ex (CA, Pasadena-San Gabriel Valley 116), Bar-headed Goose 1 ex (CA, Long beach-El Dorado 109; IL, Crab Orchard N.W.R. 62, and Middle Fork River Valley 88), Emperor Goose 3273 (AK, Izembek N.W.R. 105), Snow Goose 950,000 (MO, Squaw Creek N.W.R. 116), Ross's Goose 70,583 (CA, Merced N.W.R. 116), Brant (hrota) 140,000 (NJ, Oceanville 56, 57), Brant (nigricans) 27,927 (WA, Padilla Bay 92), Barnacle Goose 2 (DE, Wilmington 116; NJ, Princeton 113; OK, Tishomingo N.W.R. 80; PA, Wild Creek-Little Gap 115), Cackling Goose 215,000 (CA, Sacramento N.W.R. 50), Cackling (Aleutian) Goose 37,550 (CA, Caswell-Westley 116), Canada Goose 381,200 (KS, Quivira N.W.R. 98), Hawaiian Goose 559 (HI, Kaua'i: Kapa'a 119), Mute Swan 2292 (MI, Rockwood 105), Black Swan 16 ex (FL, Lakeland 120), Black-necked Swan 2 ex (FL, Lakeland 114, 116, 118, 119, 120), Trumpeter Swan 4972 (WA, Skagit Bay 120), Tundra (Whistling) Swan 69,429 (NC, Mattamuskeet N.W.R. 111), Tundra (Bewick's) Swan 8 (CA, Marysville 108), Whooper Swan 4 (AK, Adak 75), Whooper Swan 13 ex (MA, Newburyport 99), Coscoroba Swan 1 ex (FL, Lakeland 118), Orinoco Goose 1 ex (TX, Armand's Bayou 116), Egyptian Goose 250 (FL, Kendall  Area 120), 167 ex (CA, Orange County [coastal] 114).

Ruddy Shelduck 4 ex (FL, W. Volusia County 102, 103), Common Shelduck 3 ex (FL, Lakeland 116, 117), Muscovy Duck 810 (FL, Kendall Area 119), Wood Duck 15,158 (SC, Congaree Swamp 114), Mandarin Duck 40 ex (CA, Sonoma Valley 117, 119), Gadwall 100,630 (CA, Peace Valley 94), Falcated Duck 1 ex (CA, Honey Lake 103; OR, Eugene 105), Eurasian Wigeon 112 (WA, Padilla Bay 109), American Wigeon 455,000 (CA, Peace Valley 80), American Black Duck 36,000 (NJ, Oceanville 66), Mallard 879,000 (AR, St. Charles 56), Mallard (Mexican Duck) 267 (AZ, Ramsey Canyon 105), Mottled Duck 2137 (TX, Laguna Atascosa N.W.R. 100), Mottled (Florida) Duck 1099 (SC, Ace Basin 115), Hawaiian Duck 718 (HI, Kaua'i: Kapa'a 116), Laysan Duck 580 (HI, Midway Atoll 119), Blue-winged Teal 8525 (FL, Myakka River S.P. 82), Cinnamon Teal 2836 (CA, Sacramento 109), Northern Shoveler 128,088 (CA, Peace Valley 107), White-cheeked Pintail 1 (FL, Dade County 118 and Naples 120; TX, Laguna Atascosa N.W.R. 79), 18 ex (KS, Byron Walker Wildlife Area 77), Northern Pintail 2,310,700 (CA, Sacramento Refuge 45), Baikal Teal 1 (CA, La Purisima 106), Garganey 2 (HI, Hawai'i: North Kona 89 and O'ahu: Waipi'o 91, 118), Green-winged (Eurasian) Teal 404 (AK, Amchitka Island 80), Green-winged (American) Teal 96,239 (CA, Los Baños 91).

Red-crested Pochard 2 ex (FL, Johnathan Dickinson S.P. 104; LA, New Orleans 106), Rosy-billed Pochard 2 ex (FL,  Fort Lauderdale 118, 119), Canvasback 91,000 (MD, Susquehanna Flats-Sassafras River 53), Redhead 555,157 (TX, Laguna Atascosa N.W.R. 54), Common Pochard 1 ex (CA, Tall Trees 117), Ring-necked Duck 82,500 (LA, Catahoula N.W.R. 87), Tufted Duck 19 (AK, Adak 94), Greater Scaup 57,529 (NY, L.I.: Queens 54), Lesser Scaup 500,000 (FL, Cocoa 109), Steller's Eider 5858 (AK, Izembek N.W.R. 82), Spectacled Eider 2 (AK, Izembek N.W.R. 106), King Eider 570 (AK, Kodiak 90), Common (Dresser's) Eider 500,000 (MA, Monomoy Point 52), Harlequin Duck 1275 (AK, Unalaska Is. 113), Surf Scoter 64,381 (NY, L.I.: Sagaponack 105), White-winged Scoter 41,836 (MA, Nantucket 113), White-winged (Velvet) Scoter 2 (MA, Woods Hole 3), White-winged (North American) Scoter 7 (CA, Tall Trees 119), Black Scoter 42,600 (MA, Martha's Vineyard 103), Long-tailed Duck 525,505 (MA, Nantucket 103), Bufflehead 13,499 (CA, Point Reyes Peninsula 107), Common Goldeneye 15,348 (IA, Clinton 116), Barrow's Goldeneye 3812 (ID, Lewiston-Clarkston 107), Smew 4 (AK, Adak 74), Hooded Merganser 4174 (MS, Noxubee N.W.R. 94), Common Merganser 70,000 (KS, Waconda Lake 103), Common (Eurasian) Merganser 2 (AK, Amchitka Island 78), Red-breasted Merganser 91,526 (OH, Lake Erie Islands 92), Masked Duck 13 (TX, Welder Wildlife Refuge 69), Ruddy Duck 152,688 (VA, Williamsburg 97).

Plain Chachalaca 336 (TX, Santa Ana N.W.R. 84), Helmeted Guineafowl 15 ex (FL, Dade County 118, 119), Mountain Quail 235 (CA,  Oakridge 78), Scaled Quail 1083 (AZ, Elfrida 102), Elegant Quail 5 ex (AZ, Nogales 69), California Quail 8243 (OR, Burns 106), Gambel's Quail 3995 (AZ, Salt-Verde Rivers 94), Northern Bobwhite 1041 (KS, Manhattan 83), Montezuma Quail 271 (AZ, Atascosa Highlands 116), Indian Peafowl 94 (HI, Hawai'i: North Kona 119) 85 ex (FL, Cocoa 111), Japanese Quail 12 (HI, Kaua'i: Kapa'a 75), Chukar 485 (OR, Ruggs-Hardman 81), Erckel's Francolin 61 (HI, Kaua'i: Waimea 100), Black Francolin 30 (HI, Moloka'i: Kualapu'u 98, 112), Gray Francolin 69 (HI, Maui: Pu'u O Kali 80), Red Junglefowl 281 (HI, Kaua'i: Waimea 119), 150 ex (FL, Key West 117), Golden Pheasant 6 ex (IL, Moline 9), Ring-necked Pheasant 6000 (SD, Lacreek N.W.R. 82), Silver Pheasant 1 ex (OR, Portland 43), Ring-necked (Blue) Pheasant 17 (HI, Hawai'i: Volcano 75), Ring-necked (Green) Pheasant 14 (HI, Volcano 78), Ring-necked (Green) Pheasant 14 ex (VA, Cape Charles 82), Ring-necked (White-winged) Pheasant 125 (ND, Ninepipe N.W.R. 79), Ring-necked (Mongolian) Pheasant 117 (WA, Yakima 15), Kalij Pheasant 58 (HI, Hawai'i: Volcano 118), Gray Partridge 651 (ND, Jamestown 78), Ruffed Grouse 91 (CT, Westport 64), Greater Sage-Grouse 698 (WY, Evanston         86), Gunnison Sage-Grouse 15 (CO, Gunnison 69), Spruce Grouse 27 (AK, Anchorage 96), Willow Ptarmigan 1023 (AK, Sanningaruq 89), Rock Ptarmigan 114 (AK, Unalaska Is. 108), White-tailed Ptarmigan 28 (CO, Rocky Mountain N.P. 68), Dusky Grouse 19 (NV, Ruby Lake 83), Sooty Grouse 28 (OR, Cottage Grove 76), Sharp-tailed Grouse 852 (SD, Pierre 52), Greater Prairie-Chicken 322 (NE, Calamus-Loup 95), Greater (Heath Hen) Prairie-Chicken 95 (MA, Edgartown 9), Greater (Attwater's) Prairie-Chicken 74 (TX, Attwater Prairie Chicken N.W.R. 111), Lesser Prairie-Chicken 443 (OK, Arnett 67), Wild Turkey 1562 (SD, Sturgis 108), Wild (Merriam's) Turkey 10 (AZ, Santa Catalina Mountains 44), Wild Turkey (Domestic type) 25 ex (CA, Mariposa 118).

Red-throated Loon 20,000 (VA, Back Bay N.W.R. 116), Arctic Loon 1 (CA, Morro Bay 92 and Point Reyes Peninsula 102; NC, Wilmington 105; WA, Neah Bay 118, 119 and Wahkiakum 108), Pacific Loon 9024 (OR, Tilamook Bay 114), Common Loon 3443 (NC, Wilmington 117), Yellow-billed Loon 32 (AK, Cordova 75), Least Grebe 384 (TX, La Sal Vieja 105), Pied-billed Grebe 3233 (AL, Guntersville 101), Horned Grebe 3467 (OK,  Fort Gibson Reservoir 115), Red-necked Grebe 635 (WA, Oak Harbor 94), Eared Grebe 500,000 (CA, Mono Lake 88), Western Grebe 55,634 (CA, Clear Lake 105), Clark's Grebe 6643 (CA, Clear Lake 107), American Flamingo 5 (FL, Coot Bay-Everglades N.P. 57) 273 ex (FL, Dade County 114), Greater Flamingo 1 ex (TX, Guadalupe River Delta-McFaddin Family Ranches 119), American/Greater Flamingo 360 ex (FL,  Dade County 108).

Laysan Albatross 1,332,088 (HI, Midway Atoll 115), Black-footed Albatross 62,516 (HI, Laysan Island 97), Short-tailed Albatross 2 (HI, Midway Atoll 100, 108, 110, 118), Northern Fulmar (Pacific) 12,736 (CA, Point Reyes Peninsula 104), Bermuda Petrel 1 (NC, Continental Shelf 85), Black-capped Petrel 115 (NC, Continental Shelf 83), Hawaiian Petrel cw (HI, Kaho'olawe 114), Galapagos/Hawaiian Petrel (Dark-rumped Petrel) cw (HI,  Kaua'i: Kapa'a 80), Bonin Petrel 50,000 (HI, Laysan Island 95), Cory's Shearwater 1 (FL, Cocoa 102, Dade County 117, 118, Dry Tortugas N.P. 109, Jacksonville 82 and W. Palm Beach 78, 120; MA, Cape Cod 80; NY, L.I.: Sagaponack 101), Pink-footed Shearwater 100 (CA, Orange County [coastal] 59), Flesh-footed Shearwater 17 (CA, Oceanside-Vista-Carlsbad 75), Great Shearwater 62 (MA, Stellwagen Bank 115), Wedge-tailed Shearwater 40 (HI, French Frigate Shoals 112), Buller's Shearwater 2 (CA, Crystal Springs 86), Sooty Shearwater 1500 (OR, Tilamook Bay 50), Short-tailed Shearwater 312 (CA, Del Norte County 87), Manx Shearwater 1500 (CA, Orange County [coastal] 82), Newell's Shearwater cw (HI, Kaua'i: Kapa'a 75, 80 and Kaua'i: Lihu'e 74), Black-vented Shearwater 11,103 (CA, Monterey Peninsula 115), Audubon's Shearwater 8 (FL, Biscayne N.P. 88), Wilson's Storm-Petrel 351 (NC, Continental Shelf 87), Fork-tailed Storm-Petrel 17 (WA, Sequim-Dungeness 116), Leach's Storm-Petrel 18 (WA, Sequim-Dungeness 116), Ashy Storm-Petrel 20 (CA, Monterey Peninsula 66), Black Storm-Petrel 600 (CA, Monterey Bay 84), Tristram's Storm-Petrel 122 (HI, Laysan Island 112).

White-tailed Tropicbird 101 (HI, Moloka'i: Kualapu'u 105), Red-billed Tropicbird 1 (HI, French Frigate Shoals, Johnsons Atoll N.W.R. 100), Red-tailed Tropicbird 71 (HI, Midway Atoll 108), Wood Stork 3615 (FL, Coot Bay-Everglades N.P. 66), Lesser Frigatebird 1 (HI, French Frigate Shoals 90, 96, 107, 108 and Laysan Island 98, 112), Magnificent Frigatebird 550 (FL, Sanibel-Captiva 72), Great Frigatebird 3176 (HI, French Frigate Shoals 87), Masked Booby 724 (HI, Kaua'i: Kapa'a 81), Nazca Booby 3 (CA, San Diego 118), Blue-footed Booby 4 (CA, Diamond Valley 114), Brown Booby 300 (FL, Dry Tortugas N.P. 115), Brown (Brewster's) Booby 3 (HI, Laysan Island 112), Red-footed Booby 2823 (HI, French Frigate Shoals 107), Northern Gannet 34,683 (MA, Cape Cod 91), Brandt's Cormorant 28,728 (CA, Tomales Bay 66), Neotropic Cormorant 5906 (LA, Sabine N.W.R. 84), Double-crested Cormorant 166,000 (TX, Trinidad 101), Great Cormorant 3482 (RI, Newport County-Westport 85), Red-faced Cormorant 48 (AK, Adak 90), Pelagic Cormorant 5504 (CA, Marin County [southern] 76), Anhinga 891 (FL, Lakeland 84), American White Pelican 49,545 (CA, Salton Sea [north] 112), Brown Pelican 8260 (NC, Cape Hatteras 106).

American Bittern 159 (CA, Los Baños 80), Least Bittern 79 (FL, W. Palm Beach 84), Bare-throated Tiger-Heron 1 (TX, Anzalduas-Bentsen 110), Great Blue Heron 1391 (FL, Coot Bay-Everglades N.P. 60), Great Blue (blue form) Heron 1165 (FL, Ten Thousand Islands 119), Great Blue Heron (white form) 866 (FL, Coot Bay-Everglades N.P. 78), Great Blue (Wurdemann's) Heron 18 (FL, Coot Bay-Everglades N.P. 112), Great Egret 8071 (LA, New Orleans 85), Little Egret 1 (MA, Mid-Cape Cod 113), Snowy Egret 10,101 (LA, New Orleans 85), Little Blue Heron 5727 (FL, Monroe 53), Tricolored Heron 3728 (LA, New Orleans 86), Reddish Egret 821 (TX, Coastal Tip 93), Cattle Egret 10,524 (LA, Pine Prairie 95), Green Heron 478 (FL, Coot Bay-Everglades N.P. 61), Black-crowned Night-Heron 1936 (CA, Sacramento 110), Yellow-crowned Night-Heron 616 (TX, Aransas N.W.R. 74), White Ibis 33,867 (LA, Reserve-Bonnet Carre Spillway 93), Scarlet Ibis 2 ex (FL, Coot Bay-Everglades N.P. 68, Fort Lauderdale 75), Glossy Ibis 2800 (FL, Sta5-Clewiston 110), White-faced Ibis 61,498 (LA, White Lake 113), Sacred Ibis 15 ex (FL, Kendall Area 108), Roseate Spoonbill 1750 (LA, Johnsons Bayou 90).

Black Vulture 3350 (FL, Zellwood-Mount Dora 118), Turkey Vulture 10,170 (FL, Ponce Inlet 93), California Condor 20 (CA, Pinacles N. M. 118, 119), Osprey 629 (FL, Merritt Island N.W.R. 94), White-tailed Kite 431 (CA, Creighton Ranch 84), Hook-billed Kite 7 (TX, Santa Ana N.W.R. 93), Swallow-tailed Kite 1 (FL, Brooksville 93, Marianna 72, Myakka River S.P. 104 and North Pinellas 80; LA, Lafayette 69; VA, Fort Belvoir 113), Golden Eagle 82 (UT, Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge 54), Snail Kite 104 (FL, Gainesville 120), Mississippi Kite 1 (FL, Lower Keys 87; TX, Laguna Atascosa N.W.R. 103), Northern Harrier 627 (CA, Tule Lake 89), Sharp-shinned Hawk 81 (NJ, Cape May 103), Cooper's Hawk 152 (AZ, Tucson Valley 116), Northern Goshawk 17 (AK, Homer 112), Bald Eagle 3284 (AK, Haines 94), Crane Hawk 1 (TX, Santa Ana N.W.R. 88), Common Black-Hawk 4 (TX, Harlingen 38), Great Black-Hawk 1 (ME, Greater Portland 119), 1 ex (FL, Dade County 105, 115), Harris's Hawk 146 (TX, La Sal Vieja 93), White-tailed Hawk 144 (TX, La Sal Vieja 112), Gray Hawk 20 (TX, Anzalduas-Bentsen 119), Roadside Hawk 1 (TX, Anzalduas-Bentsen 83), Red-shouldered Hawk 280 (TX, Freeport 85), Broad-winged Hawk 30 (FL, Marathon-Grassy Key 66), Hawaiian Hawk 18 (HI, Hawai'i: Hilo 117), Short-tailed Hawk 19 (FL, Kendall Area 116), Swainson's Hawk 22 (FL, Marathon-Grassy Key 66), Zone-tailed Hawk 4 (TX, Del Rio 101, Falcon Dam S.P. 90, 103, and Laredo 120), Red-tailed Hawk 790 (CA, Etna 116), Red-tailed (Harlan's) Hawk 53 (ID, Lewiston-Clarkston 118), Red-tailed (Krider's) Hawk 7 (TX, Cypress Creek 80), Rough-legged Hawk 290 (ID, Howe 119), Ferruginous Hawk 93 (CO, Denver (urban) 89).

Yellow Rail 25 (TX, Freeport 87), Black Rail 28 (CA, Benicia 117), Ridgway's (San Francisco Bay) Rail 37 (CA, Oakland 119), Ridgway's (Light-footed) Rail 63 (CA, San Diego 46), Ridgway's (Yuma) Rail 15 (AZ, Martinez Lake-Yuma 118), King Rail 317 (FL, Cocoa 76), Clapper (Atlantic Coast) Rail 920  (FL, Jacksonville 76), Clapper (Gulf Coast) Rail 77 (TX, Matagorda County - Mad Island Marsh 98), Virginia Rail 462 (CA, Benicia 96), Sora 596 (FL, Cocoa 78), Purple Gallinule 168 (FL, Emeralda-Sunnyhill 120), Gray-headed Swamphen 110 (FL, Sta5-Clewiston 114), Common (American) Gallinule 8300 (FL, Zellwood-Mount Dora 106), Common (Hawaiian) Gallinule 387 (HI, Kaua'i: Kapa'a 112), Hawaiian Coot 915 (HI, O'ahu: Honolulu 49), American Coot 230,000 (TX, Lake Conroe 80), American (Caribbean) Coot 8 (FL, Fort Lauderdale 75), Limpkin 544 (FL, Gainesville 119), Sandhill Crane 104,000 (TX, Muleshoe N.W.R. 78), Common Crane 1 (NJ, Cumberland County 110; NM, Roswell 115), Whooping Crane 186 (TX, Aransas N.W.R. 116).

Black-necked Stilt 5226 (CA, Hayward-Fremont 90), Black-necked (Hawaiian) Stilt 661 (HI, Maui: I'ao Valley 114), American Avocet 9742 (TX, Galveston 116), American Oystercatcher 8121 (SC, Charleston 71), Black Oystercatcher 902 (AK, Kodiak 106), Black-bellied Plover 19,256 (CA, Hayward-Fremont 114), American Golden-Plover 2 (FL, Lone Pine Key 106), Pacific Golden-Plover 2046 (HI, O'ahu: Honolulu 89), Northern Lapwing 2 (MA, Nantucket 113), Snowy Plover 1235 (TX, Kenedy County Wind Turbines 112), Wilson's Plover 204 (FL, Sanibel-Captiva 85), Common Ringed Plover 1 (AK, Shemya Island 120; HI, Midway Atoll 100), Semipalmated Plover 10,914 (CA, Hayward-Fremont 100), Piping Plover 363 (TX, Kenedy County Wind Turbines 115), Killdeer 11,270 (LA, Crowley 95), Mountain Plover 1156 (CA, Orange County [coastal] 58), Northern Jacana 3 (TX, Santa Ana N.W.R. 79), Spotted Sandpiper 190 (CA, Santa Barbara 79), Solitary Sandpiper 72 (TX, Laguna Atascosa N.W.R. 94), Gray-tailed Tattler 1 (HI, Laysan Island 112, and Midway Atoll 118, 120), Wandering Tattler 120 (HI, Laysan Island 101), Spotted Redshank 1 (HI, Hawai'i: North Kona 115; NY, L.I.: Brooklyn 93, 94), Greater Yellowlegs 1851 (CA, Rio Cosumnes 120), Willet 20,788 (TX, Laguna Atascosa N.W.R. 56), Lesser Yellowlegs 2980 (LA, Crowley 94), Marsh Sandpiper 1 (HI, Moloka'i: Kualapu'u 117), Upland Sandpiper 8 (TX, Houston 66), Whimbrel 560 (CA, San Francisco 104), (Eurasian) Whimbrel 1 (DE, Rehoboth 85, 97), Bristle-thighed Curlew 108 (HI, Midway Atoll 104), Far Eastern Curlew 1 (HI, Midway Atoll 120), Long-billed Curlew 9312 (CA, Salton Sea [south] 113), Black-tailed Godwit 1 (NC, Bodie-Pea Island 80; HI, I'ao Valley 101), Hudsonian Godwit 1 (FL, Alafia Banks 100, 101, St. Augustine 48 and St. Marks 93; NC, Bodie-Pea Island 81; TX, Aransas N.W.R. 73), Bar-tailed Godwit 1 (CA, Orange County [coastal] 110; FL, Cocoa 71; HI, Laysan Island 106, Midway Atoll 120 and O'ahu: Honolulu 68; MA, Plymouth 98, 99; VA, Chincoteague N.W.R. 74), Marbled Godwit 18,943 (CA, Hayward-Fremont 75), Ruddy Turnstone 2936 (HI, Laysan Island 100), Black Turnstone 827 (CA, Point Reyes Peninsula 76).

Red Knot 4245 (FL, St. Petersburg 70), Surfbird 1280 (OR, Corvallis 95), Ruff 4 (HI, Midway Atoll 120), Sharp-tailed Sandpiper 4 (HI, Midway Atoll 102 and O'ahu: Waipi'o 78), Stilt Sandpiper 2000 (TX, Laguna Atascosa N.W.R. 96), Curlew Sandpiper 1 (HI, Moloka'i: Kualapu'u 112 and Oahu: Waipi'o 109, 111, 112; MA, Cape Cod 50; OR, Coos Bay 106), Sanderling 25,500 (WA, Willapa N.W.R., Ilwaco, Pacific County 45), Dunlin 151,330 (WA, Skagit Bay 102), Rock Sandpiper 3400 (AK, Homer 96), Purple Sandpiper 2000 (ME, Penobscot Bay 71), Baird's Sandpiper 35 (TX, Huntsville 67), Little Stint 2 (CA, San Diego 119), Least Sandpiper 51,000 (FL, Coot Bay-Everglades N.P. 51), White-rumped Sandpiper 5 (TX, Huntsville 67), Buff-breasted Sandpiper 1 (LA, Creole 103; TX, Matagorda County - Mad Island Marsh 115), Pectoral Sandpiper 30 (TX, Galveston 65), Semipalmated Sandpiper 38 (FL, Key Largo-Plantation Key 112), Western Sandpiper 159,000 (TX, Kenedy County Wind Turbines 111), Short-billed Dowitcher 8796 (CA, Crystal Springs 92), Long-billed Dowitcher 44,272 (LA, Crowley 93), Jack Snipe 1 (OR, Eugene 109), Wilson's Snipe 1825 (LA, Lafayette 104), Eurasian Woodcock 1 (NJ, Cape May 56), American Woodcock 759 (VA, Cape Charles 111), Wilson's Phalarope 271 (TX, La Sal Vieja 103), Red-necked Phalarope 320 (CA, Orange County [coastal] 60), Red Phalarope 9337 (CA, Monterey Peninsula 88),  Painted Buttonquail 7 (HI, Kaua'i: Kapa'a 74).

Great Skua 7 (MD, Baltimore Canyon 79), South Polar Skua 1 (OR, Florence 89), Pomarine Jaeger 40 (HI, O'ahu: Honolulu 79, 81), Parasitic Jaeger 34 (FL, Daytona Beach 113), Long-tailed Jaeger 1 (AL, Fort Morgan 80; FL, West Palm Beach 33; NC, Continental Shelf 85), Dovekie 4682 (MA, Cape Ann 119), Common Murre 129,000 (OR, Tillamook Bay 105), Thick-billed Murre 1171 (MA, Cape Cod 77), Razorbill 6512 (MA, Cape Cod 99), Black Guillemot 260 (ME, Rockland 46), Pigeon Guillemot 1221 (WA, Sequim-Dungeness 90), Long-billed Murrelet 1 (CA, Marin County [southern] 98; NC, Morehead City 103; TN, Reelfoot Lake 103), Marbled Murrelet 1478 (AK, Glacier Bay 93), Kittlitz's Murrelet 6 (AK, Unalaska Island 98), Xantus's Murrelet 20 (CA, Oceanside-Vista-Carlsbad 70), Scripp's Murrelet (Xantus's) 2 (CA, Santa Barbara 114), Scripp's/Guadalupe Murrelet (Xantus's) 20 (CA, Oceanside-Vista-Carlsbad 70), Craveri's Murrelet 2 (CA, Crystal Springs 107), Ancient Murrelet 4099 (WA, Sequim-Dungeness 112), Cassin's Auklet 105,000 (CA, Farallon Islands 76), Parakeet Auklet 3 (AK, Kodiak 82, 100), Least Auklet 121 (AK, Unalaska Island 116), Whiskered Auklet 11 (AK, Unalaska Island 101, 103), Crested Auklet 14,433 (AK, Narrow Cape-Kalsin Bay 106), Rhinoceros Auklet 12,750 (CA, Monterey Peninsula 75), Atlantic Puffin 34 (MA, Cape Ann 119), Horned Puffin 2 (AK, Homer 85, Kodiak 87 and Seward-Kodiak 87), Tufted Puffin 18 (AK, Adak 69).

Black-legged Kittiwake 29,360 (MA, Cape Cod 84), Ivory Gull 1 (AK, Soldotna 107; CT, Hartford 76; IL, Chicago Lakefront 92; MA, Marshfield 62 and Newburyport 76; ME, Monhegan Island 87; NJ, Atlantic Ocean off New Jersey 82; WA, Grays Harbor 76), Sabine's Gull 1 (CA, Monterey Peninsula 85, Orange County [coastal] 62, Santa Monica Bay 80 and Western Sonoma County 70; CO, Longmont 66; KY, Land Between the Lakes 107; NY, Buffalo 96, Captree 69, Dunkirk-Fredonia 108 and L.I.: Fire Island 69; OH, Ashtabula 53 and Toledo 75; OR, Coos Bay 79, 82, Tillamook Bay 96 and Yaquina Bay 118; TX, Armand Bayou 118 and Lake Tawakoni 95; VA, Little Creek 104),

Bonaparte's Gull 91,000 (CA, Palos Verdes Peninsula 71), Black-headed Gull 35 (MA, Greater Boston 97), Little Gull 17 (NY, Rochester 80), Ross's Gull 2 (MI, Keweenaw Bay 111), Gray Gull 1 (LA, Sabine N.W.R. 88), Laughing Gull 251,000 (TX, Houston 110), Franklin's Gull 4000 (OK, Tishomingo N.W.R. 80), Band-tailed Gull 1 (CA, San Diego 98, 107), Black-tailed Gull 1 (AK, Kodiak 81; NC, Bodie-Pea Island 102; VA, Cape Charles 99, Chesapeake Bay 99, 100 and Little Creek 99, 102), Heermann's Gull 13,563 (CA, Palos Verdes Peninsula 71), Mew Gull 20,000 (OR, Tillamook Bay 74), Ring-billed Gull 600,000 (NC, Cape Hatteras 84), Western Gull 25,000 (CA, Farallon Islands 76, 89), Yellow-footed Gull 22 (CA, Salton Sea [south] 92), California Gull 27,650 (CA, Folsom 109), Herring Gull 145,249 (PA, Southern Bucks County 105), Yellow-legged Gull 1 (MA, Nantucket 101; VA, Back Bay N.W.R. 98), Iceland (Thayer's) Gull 810 (CA, Arroyo Cheap Thrills 84), Iceland Gull 226 (ME,  Eastport 97), Iceland (Kumlien's) Gull 23 (MA, Newburyport 78), Lesser Black-backed Gull 578 (NC, Cape Hatteras 114), Slaty-backed Gull 1 (AK, Cordova 83, 94, Homer 96, 111, Ketchikan 94, 95, 112, Kodiak 95, Shemya Island 108, Soldotna 108, 112 and Unalaska Island 107, 108; CA, Clear Lake 108; IA, Des Moines 117; IL, Carlyle Lake 108; MA, Cape Cod 108; MN,  Bloomington 107; NE, Omaha 107; NY, Buffalo 93; OR, Sauvie Island 93, 98; UT, Logan 114; WA, Everett 106, 109, Grays Harbor 108, Port Angeles-BC, Victoria 101, Olympia 105, Tacoma 117 and Tri-Cites 118, 120), Glaucous-winged Gull 16,391 (OR, Portland 62), Glaucous Gull 1031 (WA, Port Townsend 82), Great Black-backed Gull 45,115 (NY, Staten Island 90), Kelp Gull 1 (FL, West Pasco [New Port Richey] 111; TX, Freeport 109, Galveston 97 and San Bernard NWR 109; MD, Patuxent River 99-105; OH, Cuyahoga Falls 116).

Brown Noddy 4476 (HI, French Frigate Shoals 90), Black Noddy (melanogenys; Hawaiian) 5272 (HI, French Frigate Shoals 104), Blue-gray Noddy 12 (HI, French Frigate Shoals 88), White Tern 1235 (HI, Midway Atoll 104), Sooty Tern 6000 (HI, O'ahu: Honolulu 100), Gray-backed Tern 101 (HI, French Frigate Shoals 87), Bridled Tern 2 (NC, Continental Shelf 85), Least Tern 59 (TX, Coastal Tip 100), Gull-billed Tern 341 (TX, Brownsville 87), Caspian Tern 679 (TX, Coastal Tip 100), Black Tern 15 (TX, La Sal Vieja 72), Roseate Tern 40 (FL, Coot Bay-Everglades N.P. 83), Common Tern 198 (TX, Houston 78), Arctic Tern 2 (OR, Portland 34), Forster's Tern 10,313 (TX, Freeport 97), Royal Tern 3216 (FL, South Brevard County 79), Great Crested Tern 1 (HI, O'ahu: Honolulu 89, 90), Sandwich Tern 2520 (FL, Sanibel-Captiva 105), Elegant Tern 25 (CA, Santa Cruz County 95), Black Skimmer 7000 (FL, St. Augustine 47).

Rock (feral) Pigeon 16,604 (OH, Hamilton-Fairfield 109), Scaly-naped Pigeon 1 (FL, Sanibel-Captiva 120), White-crowned Pigeon 142 (FL, Key Largo-Plantation Key 75), Red-billed Pigeon 72 (TX, Anzalduas-Bentsen 63), Band-tailed Pigeon 7636 (CA, Marin County [southern] 78), Eurasian Collared-Dove 6922 (CO, Pueblo 115), African Collared-Dove (Ringed Turtle-Dove ) 325 ex (FL, St. Petersburg 90), Spotted Dove 2774 (HI, O'ahu: Honolulu 86), Zebra Dove 8739 (HI, O'ahu: Honolulu 89), Inca Dove 3932 (AZ, Tucson Valley 81), Common Ground Dove 835 (TX, La Sal Vieja 67), Ruddy Ground Dove 28 (AZ, Phoenix-Tres Rios 106), Key West Quail-Dove cw (FL, Kendall Area 115), White-tipped Dove 115 (TX, Santa Ana N.W.R. 91), White-winged Dove 42,521 (NM, Las Cruces 104), Zenaida Dove 1 (FL, Kissimmee Valley 67 and Marathon-Grassy Key 65), Mourning Dove 19,077 (AZ, Phoenix 59), Yellow-billed Cuckoo 4 (FL, Coot Bay-Everglades N.P. 60), Mangrove Cuckoo 8 (FL, Coot Bay-Everglades N.P. 65), Black-billed Cuckoo 2 (TX, Del Rio 84), Greater Roadrunner 121 (AZ, Elfrida 85), Smooth-billed Ani 761 (FL, Fort Lauderdale 70), Groove-billed Ani 72 (TX, Laguna Atascosa N.W.R. 59).

Barn Owl 109 (CA, Sacramento 81), Flammulated Owl 1 (LA, Creole 101; UT, Ogden 92; WA, Spokane 52), Western Screech-Owl 99 (CO, Grand Junction 115), Eastern Screech-Owl 237 (PA, Upper Bucks County 111), Whiskered Screech-Owl 14 (AZ, Ramsey Canyon 94), Great Horned Owl 153 (NJ, Cumberland County 98), Snowy Owl 79 (WA, Padilla Bay 74), Northern Hawk Owl 12 (MN, Roseau 106), Northern Pygmy-Owl 27 (CA, Año Nuevo 80), Ferruginous Pygmy-Owl 4 (TX, Anzalduas-Bentsen 108), Elf Owl 1 (TX, Alice 82, Anzalduas-Bentsen 86, 89, 90-92 and La Sal Vieja 90), Burrowing Owl 275 (FL, Fort Myers 109), Spotted Owl 13 (CA, Western Sonoma County 94), Spotted (Mexican) Owl 1 (NM, Los Alamos 117, 119), Barred Owl 105 (LA, Pine Prairie 90), Great Gray Owl 56 (MN, Two Harbors 105), Long-eared Owl 54 (MT, Missoula 107), Short-eared Owl 103 (OR, Klamath Falls 53), Boreal Owl 6 (MT, Billings 62), Northern Saw-whet Owl 61 (MA, Quabbin 95), Lesser Nighthawk 10 (FL, Coot Bay-Everglades N.P. 110), Common Nighthawk 5 (FL, Fort Lauderdale 65 and Stuart 84), Common Pauraque 92 (TX, Laguna Atascosa N.W.R. 98), Common Poorwill 23 (CA, Orange County [northeastern] 58), Chuck-will's-widow 11 (FL, Fort Lauderdale 77), Eastern Whip-poor-will 20 (FL, Lake Placid 101).

Black Swift 3 (CA, Drake's Bay 69), White-collared Swift 1 (TX, Freeport 88), Chimney Swift 5 (FL, Fort Lauderdale 65; TX, Orange 74), Vaux's Swift 208 (CA, Oceanside-Vista-Carlsbad 80), Mariana Swiftlet 23 (HI, O'ahu: Honolulu 101, 102), White-throated Swift 2200 (CA, Orange County [Coastal] 71), Green-breasted Mango 1 (GA, Dublin 108; TX, Corpus Christi 98 and Santa Ana N.W.R. 103), Rivoli’s Hummingbird 18 (AZ, Ramsey Canyon 118), Blue-throated Hummingbird 19 (AZ, Portal 117), Ruby-throated Hummingbird 122 (FL, Kendall Area 117), Black-chinned Hummingbird 26 (LA, Baton Rouge 112), Anna's Hummingbird 1432 (CA, Santa Barbara 89), Costa's Hummingbird 166 (CA, Anza-Borrego Desert 115), Broad-tailed Hummingbird 8 (TX, El Paso 120), Rufous Hummingbird 113 (LA, Baton Rouge 113), Allen's Hummingbird 822 (CA, Orange County [coastal] 113), Calliope Hummingbird 9 (LA, Baton Rouge 107, 113), Broad-billed Hummingbird 64 (AZ, Tucson Valley 117), Berylline Hummingbird 1 (AZ, Nogales 98 and Ramsey Canyon 103), Buff-bellied Hummingbird 45 (TX, Victoria 108), Violet-crowned Hummingbird 4 (AZ, Patagonia 118), White-eared Hummingbird 1 (AZ, Ramsey Canyon 88, 93), Eared Quetzal 1 (AZ, Portal 100, 108), Elegant Trogon 8 (AZ, Atascosa Highlands 111 and Green Valley-Madera Canyon 115), Ringed Kingfisher 32 (TX, Anzalduas-Bentsen 94), Belted Kingfisher 334 (FL, Merritt Island N.W.R. 94), Amazon Kingfisher 1 (TX, Laredo 117), Green Kingfisher 35 (TX, Santa Ana N.W.R. 104).

Lewis's Woodpecker 533 (CA, Granite-Woody 74), Red-headed Woodpecker 914 (KS, Manhattan 80), Acorn Woodpecker 1031 (CA, Eastern Alameda County 118), Gila Woodpecker 820 (AZ, Tucson Valley 113), Golden-fronted Woodpecker 431 (TX, Harlingen 118), Red-bellied Woodpecker 774 (VA, Fort Belvoir 116), Williamson's Sapsucker 19 (CA, Penrose 111), Yellow-bellied Sapsucker 294 (LA, Baton Rouge 76), Red-naped Sapsucker 84 (AZ, Atascosa Highlands 116 and Prescott 107), Red-breasted Sapsucker 65 (WA, Bellingham 117), Ladder-backed Woodpecker 193 (AZ, Nogales 81), Nuttall's Woodpecker 245 (CA, Putah Creek 110), Downy Woodpecker 936 (MA, Concord 114), Hairy Woodpecker 976 (PA, Pittsburgh 80), Arizona Woodpecker 42 (AZ, Portal 106), Strickland's Woodpecker 28 (AZ, Ramsey Canyon 79), Red-cockaded Woodpecker 82 (NC, Southern Pines 98), White-headed Woodpecker 50 (CA, Springville 83), American Three-toed Woodpecker 26 (AK, Anchorage 97), Black-backed Woodpecker 21 (MT, Missoula 79), Northern (Yellow-shafted) Flicker 620 (MD, Seneca 84), Northern (Red-shafted) Flicker 1160 (CA, Oakland 78), Gilded Flicker 280 (AZ, Santa Catalina Mountains 69), Pileated Woodpecker 195 (FL, Gainesville 120), Ivory-billed Woodpecker 4 (LA, Tallulah 34).

Crested Caracara 263 (TX, Matagorda County-Mad Island Marsh 117), Yellow-headed Caracara 1 ex (CA, Centerville Beach to King Salmon 108), American Kestrel 537 (CA, Sacramento 81), Merlin 41 (AZ, Havasu N.W.R. 105), Merlin (Pallid) 1 (WI, Newburg--Riveredge Nature Center 118), Merlin (Prairie) 8 (MT, Helena 116), Merlin (Taiga) 9 (TX,  Austin 35), Aplomado Falcon 11 (TX, Laguna Atascosa N.W.R. 120), Gyrfalcon 4 (AK, Izembek N.W.R. 95; MT, Ninepipe N.W.R. 91; ID, Howe 118), Peregrine Falcon 42 (CA, Pixley N.W.R. 118), Prairie Falcon 32 (ID, Howe 118).

Tanimbar Corella 2 ex (HI, Hawai'i: North Kona 119), Suphur-crested Cockatoo 7 ex (HI, O'ahu: Honolulu 112), Salmon-crested Cockatoo 2 ex (HI, O'ahu: Honolulu 104, 117), Cockatiel 6 ex (FL, Bradenton 93), Eclectus Parrot 1 ex (HI, O'ahu: Honolulu 73, 104), Rose-ringed Parakeet 150 (HI, O'ahu: Honolulu 112), Rose-ringed Parakeet 1394 ex  (CA, Bakersfield 112), Budgerigar 5400 ex (FL, St. Petersburg 78), Rosy-faced Lovebird 32 (AZ, Salt-Verde Rivers 105), Rosy-faced Lovebird 12 ex (HI, Maui: I'ao Valley 117), Fischer's Lovebird 1 ex (CO, Grand Junction 116), Yellow-collared Lovebird 7 ex (AZ, Carefree 100), Gray Parrot 2 ex (FL, Key Largo-Plantation Key 93), Senegal Parrot 1 ex (TX, Kingsville 89, 90), Monk Parakeet 800 (FL, St. Petersburg 106), White-winged Parakeet 225 (FL, Fort Lauderdale 103), Yellow-chevroned Parakeet 225 (CA, Pasadena-San Gabriel Valley 118), Yellow-chevroned Parakeet 181 ex (FL, Dade County 105), Orange-chinned Parakeet 4 ex (FL, Dade County 76), Scaly-headed Parrot 7 ex (FL, Dade County 107), White-crowned Parrot 3 ex (TX, Brownsville 87), Red-crowned Parrot 3380 (CA, Pasadena-San Gabriel Valley 108), Red-crowned Parrot 39 ex (FL, Fort Lauderdale 120), Lilac-crowned Parrot 687 ex (CA, Pasadena-San Gabriel Valley 106), Red-lored Parrot 51 ex (CA, Orange County [coastal] 118), Yellow-naped Parrot 4 ex (FL, Fort Lauderdale 102, 103), Yellow-headed Parrot 41 ex (CA, Orange County [coastal] 108), Yellow-crowned Parrot 1 ex (FL, Dade County 106, 112, 113), Turquoise-fronted Parrot 39 ex (FL, Fort Lauderdale 104), White-fronted Parrot 30 ex (FL, Kendall Area 107), Mealy Parrot 19 ex (FL, Fort Lauderdale 109), Orange-winged Parrot 40 ex (FL, Dade County 89), Maroon-bellied Parakeet 22 ex (FL, Dade County 89), Green-cheeked Parakeet 1 ex (FL, Dade County 96, 98), Thick-billed Parrot 3 (AZ, Portal 87), Orange-fronted Parakeet 6 ex (CA, Los Angeles 85), Dusky-headed Parakeet 71 ex (FL, Dade County 91), Nanday Parakeet 835 (FL, St. Petersburg 108), Nanday Parakeet 430 ex (CA, Malibu 115), Blue-and-yellow Macaw 28 ex (FL, Kendall Area 111), Military Macaw cw (HI, Maui: Haleakala N.P. - Pu'u O Kaka'e 92), Chestnut-fronted Macaw 58 ex (FL, Dade County 115), Blue-crowned Parakeet 170 ex (FL, Fort Lauderdale 116), Green Parakeet 1014 (TX, Santa Ana N.W.R. 111), Crimson-fronted Parakeet 50 ex (FL, Dade County 120), Scarlet-fronted Parakeet 22 ex (FL, Dade County 117), Mitred Parakeet 890 ex (CA, Pasadena-San Gabriel Valley 111), Red-masked Parakeet 307 ex (CA, San Francisco), 114), White-eyed Parakeet 315 ex (FL, Dade County 116), Hispaniolan Parakeet 4 ex (FL, Dade County 78).

Northern Beardless-Tyrannulet 10 (AZ, Santa Catalina Mountains 89), Tufted Flycatcher 1 (TX, Big Bend N.P. [east] 92, 111), Olive-sided Flycatcher 4 (TX, Aransas N.W.R. 63), Greater Pewee 2 (AZ, Patagonia 115, Tucson Valley 99, 116, 120 and Santa Catalina Mountains 83, 87), Western Wood-Pewee 1 (CA, Death Valley 68), Joshua Tree N.M. 68 and Morro Bay 70; TX, Anzalduas-Bentsen 66, 67, 69, Armand Bayou 87 and Davis Mountains 89; UT, Kanab 119 and St. George 119), Eastern Wood-Pewee 8 (TX, Santa Ana N.W.R. 103), Yellow-bellied Flycatcher 5 (TX, Corpus Christi 79), Acadian Flycatcher 1 (AL, Wheeler N.W.R. 101, Bolivar Peninsula 82, Matagorda County - Mad Island Marsh 108, 117 and Orange 74), Willow Flycatcher 1 (CA, Morro Bay 104, Moss Landing 86, Pasadena-San Gabriel Valley 80, and Sespe Wildlife Area 84; TX, Del Rio 87 and Santa Ana N.W.R. 101), Alder/Willow Flycatcher 1 (TX, College Station 71 and Corpus Christi 69), Least Flycatcher 26 (FL, Zellwood-Mount Dora 108), Hammond's Flycatcher 36 (AZ, Patagonia 99), Gray Flycatcher 103 (AZ, Atascosa Highlands 116), Dusky Flycatcher 29 (AZ, Patagonia 99), Pacific-slope Flycatcher 3 (CA, Rancho Santa Fe 112), Cordilleran Flycatcher 1 (AZ, Hassayampa River 98, Kirkland 92 and Nogales 98; NM, Carlsbad Caverns N.P. 105; TX, Chisos Mountains 91, 95), Pacific-slope/Cordilleran Flycatcher (Western Flycatcher) 5 (AZ, Nogales 69; CA, Orange County [coastal] 113).

Black Phoebe 632 (CA, Orange County [coastal] 119), Eastern Phoebe 1553 (TX, Matagorda County - Mad Island Marsh 103), Say's Pheobe 257 (CA, Salton Sea [south] 105), Vermilion Flycatcher 392 (AZ, Tucson Valley 117), Dusky-capped Flycatcher 2 (CA, Monterey Peninsula 93), Ash-throated Flycatcher 37 (AZ, Sierra Pinta-Cabeza Prieta N.W.R. 87), Nutting's Flycatcher 1 (AZ, Atascosa Highlands 117, Bill Williams Delta 112, 113, 114 and Nogales 98; CA, Orange County [coastal] 101; NM, Gila River 77), Great Crested Flycatcher 120 (FL, Coot Bay-Everglades N.P. 67), Brown-crested Flycatcher 17 (TX, Laguna Atascosa N.W.R. 105), La Sagra's Flycatcher 1 (FL, Biscayne N.P. 83, 88, 91, 92, 98, Fort Lauderdale 95, Kendall Area 114, Key Largo-Plantation Key 92, and Lone Pine Key 110, 120), Great Kiskadee 362 (TX, Anzalduas-Bentsen 111), Sulphur-bellied Flycatcher 1 (MS, Southern Hancock County 80), Tropical Kingbird 53 (TX, Weslaco 110), Couch's Kingbird 207 (TX, Guadalupe River Delta 115), Cassin's Kingbird 329 (CA, San Diego 120), Thick-billed Kingbird 1 (AZ, Bill Williams Delta 84, Martinez Lake 73, 113, and Parker-Colorado River 80; CA, Claremont 85, 115, Crystal Springs 99, 100, 101, Long Beach-El Dorado 93, Orange County [northeastern] 83-92, Palos Verdes Peninsula 106, 107, 108, 109, Rancho Santa Fe 113 and 67, 111, 113, 114, 115, 116, 118, 119; CO, Grand Junction 119; TX, Big Bend N.P. [east] 71 and Matagorda County - Mad Island Marsh 103-106), Western Kingbird 61 (FL, Zellwood-Mount Dora 105), Eastern Kingbird 5 (MS, Natchez 110; NC, Pee Dee N.W.R. 98; TX, Bolivar Peninsula 72), Gray Kingbird 6 (FL, Peace River 96), Loggerhead Kingbird 1 (FL, Key Largo-Plantation Key 72, 73), Scissor-tailed Flycatcher 93 (TX, San Antonio 110), Fork-tailed Flycatcher 2 (LA, Sweet Lake-Cameron Prairie 119), Rose-throated Becard 4 (TX, Anzalduas-Bentsen 61).

Brown Shrike 1 (CA, Point Reyes Peninsula 87), Loggerhead Shrike 582 (TX, Freeport 76), Northern Shrike 54 (WA, Padilla Bay 97), White-eyed Vireo 230 (FL, Coot Bay-Everglades N.P. 89), Thick-billed Vireo 1 (FL, Coot Bay-Everglades N.P. 81, Kendall Area 116 and West Palm Beach 69), Bell's Vireo 3 (TX, Corpus Christi 90), Black-capped Vireo 1 (TX, Uvalde County 97), Gray Vireo 6 (AZ, Sierra Pinta-Cabeza Prieta N.W.R. 87, 94), Yellow-throated Vireo 23 (FL, Kendall Area 119), Plumbeous Vireo 19 (AZ, Tucson Valley 113, 115), Cassin's Vireo 13 (AZ, Salt-Verde Rivers 119), Blue-headed Vireo 161 (TX, Freeport 92), Hutton's Vireo 226 (CA, Santa Barbara 81), Warbling Vireo 2 (CA, Pasadena-San Gabriel Valley 87, San Diego 76, 84 and Santa Barbara 71; FL, Kendall Area 116), Philadelphia Vireo 4 (TX, Freeport 72), Red-eyed Vireo 2 (TX, Corpus Christi 92), Yellow-green Vireo 2 (TX, Santa Ana N.W.R. 62), Black-whiskered Vireo 1 (FL, Coot Bay-Everglades N.P. 89).

Hawaii Elepaio 306 (HI, Hawai'i: Volcano 78), Kauai Elepaio 135 (HI, Kaua'i: Waimea 99), Oahu Elepaio 99 (HI, O'ahu: Honolulu 49), Canada Jay 161 (AK, Fairbanks 106), Black-throated Magpie-Jay 17 ex (CA, San Diego 113), Brown Jay 31 (TX, Falcon Dam S.P. 93), Green Jay 370 (TX, Santa Ana N.W.R. 60), San Blas Jay 1 (AZ, Nogales  67), Pinyon Jay 2044 (NM, Santa Fe 61), Steller's (Coastal) Jay 1832 (CA, Oakland 74), Steller's (Interior) Jay 650 (CO, Colorado Springs 63), Blue Jay 3077 (MA, Millis 86), Florida Scrub-Jay 250 (FL, Lake Placid 96), Island Scrub-Jay 315 (CA, Santa Cruz Island 119), California Scrub-Jay 2349 (CA, Oakland 75), Woodhouse's Scrub-Jay 514 (CO, Colorado Springs 114), Mexican Jay 1110 (AZ, Atascosa Highlands 92), Black-billed Magpie 2126 (CO, Grand Junction 90), Yellow-billed Magpie 3800 (CA, Marysville 74), Clark's Nutcracker 281 (CA, South Lake Tahoe 107), Eurasian Jackdaw 2 ex (MA, Nantucket 85; PA, Lewisburg 86, 88, 89), American Crow 300,000 (PA, Lititz 84), Northwestern Crow 3120 (OR, Eugene 58), Tamaulipas Crow 1700 (TX, Brownsville 81), Fish Crow 41,895 (SC, Ace Basin 108), Hawaiian Crow 10 (HI, Hawai'i: Volcano 86), Chihuahuan Raven 4400 (CA, Stanton 68), Common Raven 2501 (AK, Fairbanks 101).

Sky Lark 145 (CA, Joshua Tree N.P. 89), Horned Lark 76,224 (CA, Lancaster 82), Northern Rough-winged Swallow 1475 (FL, Fort Lauderdale 61), Purple Martin 62 (TX, Santa Ana N.W.R. 85), Tree Swallow 1,500,000 (FL, Venice-Englewood 112), Violet-green Swallow 1500 (CA, Escondido 53), Bank Swallow 21 (CA, Salton Sea [south] 104; TX, Harlingen 103), Barn Swallow 298 (CA, Salton Sea [south] 107), Cliff Swallow 55 (TX, Anzalduas-Bentsen 93), Cave (Texas) Swallow 450 (TX, Corpus Christi 107), Varied Tit 4 (HI, Honolulu 56), Carolina Chickadee 2636 (OH, Cincinnati 81), Black-capped Chickadee 5116 (NY, Ithaca 111), Mountain Chickadee 1199 (CO, Boulder 85), Mexican Chickadee 109 (AZ, Portal 104), Chestnut-backed Chickadee 1536 (CA, Oakland 77), Boreal Chickadee 343 (AK, Anchorage 118), Gray-headed Chickadee 2 (AK, Galena 84), Bridled Titmouse 574 (AZ, Atascosa Highlands 92), Oak Titmouse 758 (CA, Folsom 94), Juniper Titmouse 137 (AZ, Jerome 105), Tufted Titmouse 2236 (MA, Concord 111), Black-crested Titmouse 334 (TX, Boerne 82), Tufted X Black-crested Titmouse 449 (TX, Austin 80), Great Tit 4 ex (WI, Sheboygan 119), Verdin 877 (AZ, Tucson Valley 115), Bushtit (Pacific) 3534 (CA, Oakland 75), Bushtit (Interior) 285 (CO, Colorado Springs 120), Bushtit (Black-eared) 42 (TX, Chisos Mountains 68), Red-breasted Nuthatch 1886 (MA, Quabbin 94), White-breasted Nuthatch (Eastern) 1161 (MA, Concord 111), White-breasted Nuthatch (Interior West) 214 (CO, Denver 118), White-breasted (Pacific) Nuthatch 275 (CA, Folsom 120), Pygmy Nuthatch 1058 (CA, Monterey Peninsula 80), Brown-headed Nuthatch 635 (GA, St. Catherine's Island 107), Brown Creeper 295 (MD, Seneca 102).

Rock Wren 300 (AZ, Atascosa Highlands 80), Canyon Wren 213 (AZ, Atascosa Highlands 92), House Wren 644 (TX, Matagorda County - Mad Island Marsh 107), House (Brown-throated) Wren 76 (AZ, Nogales 70), Pacific Wren 452 (CA, Point Reyes Peninsula 79), Winter Wren 114 (MD, Bowie 113), Sedge Wren 1067 (TX, Freeport 72), Marsh Wren 1932 (TX, Matagorda County-Mad Island Marsh 100), Carolina Wren 1089 (OH, Cincinnati 75), Bewick's Wren 681 (WA, Bellingham 105), Cactus Wren 1120 (AZ, Salt-Verde Rivers 94), Sinaloa Wren 1 (AZ, Appletin-Whittell 114).

Blue-gray Gnatcatcher 1264 (TX, Freeport 84), California Gnatcatcher 141 (CA,  Rancho Santa Fe 120), Black-tailed Gnatcatcher 471 (AZ, Salt-Verde Rivers 90), Black-capped Gnatcatcher 26 (AZ, Green Valley-Madera Canyon 117), American Dipper 124 (MT, Yellowstone N.P. 88), Red-vented Bulbul 2361 (HI, O'ahu: Honolulu 88), Red-vented Bulbul 65 ex (TX, Houston [Central] 119), Red-whiskered Bulbul 668 (HI, O'ahu: Honolulu 86), Red-whiskered Bulbul 116 ex (CA, Pasadena-San Gabriel Valley 119), Golden-crowned Kinglet 2193 (WA, Olympia 101), Ruby-crowned Kinglet 2614 (CA, Point Reyes Peninsula 107), Japanese Bush-Warbler 129 (HI, O'ahu: Honolulu 84), Millerbird 4 (HI, O'ahu: Laysan Is. 112), Wrentit 1090 (CA, Point Reyes Peninsula 77), Oriental White-eye 487 (HI, O'ahu: Honolulu 72), Oriental White-eye 9 ex (CA, San Diego 83), Japanese White-eye 1960 (HI, O'ahu: Honolulu 77), Japanese White-eye 827 ex (CA, Orange County [Coastal] 120), Chinese Hwamei 70 (HI, Kaua'i: Kapa'a 80), Greater Necklaced Laughingthrush 19 (HI, Kaua'i: Lihu'e 76), Gray-sided Laughingthrush 2 (HI, O'ahu: Waipi'o 87), Red-billed Leiothrix 462 (HI, O'ahu: Honolulu 56).

White-rumped Shama 468 (HI, O'ahu: Honolulu 88), Chinese Thrush 18 ex (HI, O'ahu: Honolulu 45), Northern Wheatear 1 (AK, Haines 97; LA, Crowley 93; NJ, Walnut Valley 81), Northern Wheatear (Greenland) 1 (NY, L.I.: Montauk 37), Eastern Bluebird 2435 (TX, Bastrop-Buescher State Parks 92; Western Bluebird 3012 (AZ, Sedona 118), Mountain Bluebird 5737 (OK, Kenton [Black Mesa] 106), Townsend's Solitaire 631 (CO, Penrose 119), Kamao 2 (HI, Kaua'i: Waimea 75), Omao 1370 (HI, Volcano 79), Puaiohi 5 (HI, Kaua'i: Waimea 103) Veery 3* (CA, Joshua Tree N.M. 67; TX, Anzalduas-Bentsen 63, 64), Gray-cheeked Thrush 2* (SC, Charleston 62; WV, Pipestem Area 81), Swainson's Thrush 3 (CA, Yosemite N.P. 97), Hermit Thrush 694 (CA, Santa Barbara  91), Wood Thrush 5 (TX, Freeport 72, 83), Dusky/Naumann's Thrush cw (AK, Anchorage 112, 113), Dusky Thrush cw (AK, Sitka 118), Fieldfare 1 (MT, Missoula 116), Redwing 1 (RI, South Kingstown 106), Clay-colored Thrush 21 (TX, Weslaco 116), White-throated Robin 1 (TX, Anzalduas-Bentsen 105 and Weslaco 111), Rufous-backed Robin 2 (AZ, Atascosa Highlands 118, Martinez Lake 103, Nogales 83, Patagonia 75, Santa Catalina Mountains 77, 78, Superior 110 and Tucson Valley 76, 112), American Robin 5,000,000 (MO, Taney County 111), Varied Thrush 5500 (CA, Angwin 78).

Blue Mockingbird 1 (AZ, Patagonia 92; TX, Santa Ana N.W.R. 103), Gray Catbird 1800 (FL, Long Pine Key 113), Curve-billed Thrasher 576 (AZ, Tucson Valley 83), Brown Thrasher 1445 (TX, Houston 67), Long-billed Thrasher 144 (TX, Weslaco 113), Bendire's Thrasher 47 (AZ, Phoenix 71), California Thrasher 900 (CA, Santa Barbara 80), LeConte's Thrasher 41 (CA, Taft-Maricopa 70), Crissal Thrasher 113 (NM, Peloncillo Mountains 93), Sage Thrasher 338 (NM, Carlsbad Caverns N.P. 90), Bahama Mockingbird 1 (FL, Dade County 96), Northern Mockingbird 1742 (TX, Laguna Atascosa N.W.R. 59), Common Hill Myna 40 ex (FL, Kendall Area 105), European Starling 20,001,850 (LA, Pine Prairie 90), Common Myna 6447 (HI, O'ahu: Honolulu 68), Crested Myna 8 (FL, Dade County 86, 88), Citrine Wagtail cw (CA, Sacramento 118), White Wagtail 1 (AK, King Cove 101; CA, Moss Landing 91, San Jose 92, Santa Maria-Guadalupe 110 and Ventura 89), White Wagtail (Black-backed) 1 (CA, San Jose 101), Red-throated Pipit 1 (CA, San Diego 118 and San Jacinto Lake 114), American Pipit 9794 (CA, Sacramento 60), Sprague's Pipit 196 (TX, Corpus Christi 67), Bohemian Waxwing 22,245 (AK, Anchorage 109), Cedar Waxwing 9369 (TX, Freeport 105), Kauai Oo 2 (HI, Kaua'i: Pawainui 74), Phainopepla 848 (AZ, Salt-Verde Rivers 91), Olive Warbler 18 (AZ, Green Valley-Madera Canyon 112, Patagonia 108 and Ramsey Canyon 84), Lapland Longspur 66,910 (KS, Liberal-Seward County 93), Chestnut-collared Longspur 3000 (KS, Quivira N.W.R. 61), Smith's Longspur 1365 (OK, Hulah Reservoir 89), McCown's Longspur 2720 (TX, Buffalo Lake N.W.R. 83), Snow Bunting 55,839 (ND, Des Lacs N.W.R. 61), McKay's Bunting 41 (AK, Nome 115).

Ovenbird 37 (FL, Fort Lauderdale 67), Worm-eating Warbler 7 (FL, Kendall Area 115, 116), Louisiana Waterthrush 3 (FL, Lower Keys 56; SC, Charleston 58), Northern Waterthrush 48 (FL, Coot Bay-Everglades N.P. 111), Golden-winged Warbler 1 (CA, La Purisma 101, Orange County (coastal) 102 and San Diego 91; FL, Kendall Area 120; TX, Matagorda County - Mad Island Marsh 102), Blue-winged Warbler 2 (FL, Gainesville 105; MS, Lauderdale County 107, 108), Black-and-white Warbler 138 (FL, Gainesville 118), Prothonotary Warbler 4 (SC, Hilton Head Island 93), Swainson's Warbler 1 (FL, Dade County 115, 120 and Lower Keys 65; TX, Matagorda County-Mad Island Marsh 104, 110), Crescent-chested Warbler 1 (AZ, Patagonia 93, 94), Tennessee Warbler 10 (TX, Matagorda County - Mad Island Marsh 107), Orange-crowned Warbler 802 (AZ, Phoenix 83), Lucy's Warbler 2 (AZ, Havasu N.W.R. 111, Organ Pipe Cactus N.M. 78 and Tucson Valley 73; CA, San Diego 80, Crystal Springs 96, and Santa Barbara 114), Nashville Warbler 30 (TX, Santa Ana N.W.R. 64), Virginia's Warbler 2 (CA, Monterey Peninsula 94 and Orange County [coastal] 82; TX, El Paso 74 and Freeport 68), Gray-crowned Yellowthroat 2 (TX, Brownsville 110), MacGillivray's Warbler 2 (AZ, Phoenix 69,72 and Santa Catalina Mountains 65; CA, Crystal Springs 88, Los Angeles 57, Mendocino Coast 87, Orange County [coastal] 109 and San Diego 68; OR, Eugene 68), Mourning Warbler 2 (TX, Anzalduas-Bentsen 65 and Fort Worth 41), Kentucky Warbler 1 (AR, Conway 102; AZ, Green Valley-Madera Canyon 109; CA, Morro Bay 87,97, Orange County [coastal] 84 Pasadena-San Gabriel Valley 94 and Santa Barbara 84; FL, Captiva-Sanibel Island 95, Coot Bay-Everglades N.P. 51, 61, Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary 95 and Venice-Englewood 91; LA, Johnsons Bayou 78 and New Orleans 67; PA, Elverson 74; SC, McClellanville 95 and Spartanburg 118; TX, Anzalduas-Bentsen 64, 73, Bolivar Peninsula 81, Brownsville 50, Comstock 82, Freeport 60, 63, 72, 73, Galveston 65, Harlingen 48, Houston 58, 77, Matagorda County - Mad Island Marsh 103 and San