2016 Bird List

These are the birds I’ve seen in 2016:

January
1. House Sparrow – Mississauga
2. Black-capped Chickadee – Mississauga
3. Downy Woodpecker – Mississauga
4. Mourning Dove – Mississauga
5. Dark-eyed Junco – Mississauga
6. Northern Cardinal – Mississauga
7. White-breasted Nuthatch – Mississauga
8. Red-tailed Hawk – Mississauga
9. European Starling – Mississauga
10. Snowy Owl – Mississauga
11. Rock Pigeon – Mississauga
12. Canada Goose – Mississauga
13. Herring Gull – Mississauga
14. Ring-billed Gull – Mississauga
15. Blue Jay – Mississauga
16. American Crow – Mississauga

February
17. Red-breasted Nuthatch – Mississauga
18. American Robin – Mississauga
19. Red-bellied Woodpecker – Mississauga
20. Hairy Woodpecker – Mississauga
21. American Tree Sparrow – Mississauga
22. House Finch – Mississauga
23. Mallard – Mississauga

March
24. Turkey Vulture – Mississauga
25. Red-winged Blackbird – Mississauga
26. Common Merganser – Mississauga
27. Red-breasted Merganser – Mississauga
28. American Goldfinch – Mississauga
29. Common Grackle – Mississauga
30. Song Sparrow – Mississauga
31. American Wigeon – Milton
32. Great Blue Heron – Milton

April
33. Mute Swan – Mississauga
34. Long-tailed Duck – Mississauga
35. Bonaparte’s Gull – Mississauga
36. Bufflehead – Mississauga
37. American Black Duck – Mississauga
38. Brown-headed Cowbird – Mississauga
39. Western Grebe – Mississauga
40. Horned Grebe – Mississauga
41. White-winged Scoter – Mississauga
42. Red-necked Grebe – Mississauga
43. Tree Swallow – Mississauga
44. Double-crested Cormorant – Mississauga
45. Lesser Scaup – Mississauga
46. Greater Scaup – Mississauga
47. Hooded Merganser – Mississauga
48. Pied-billed Grebe – Mississauga
49. Great Horned Owl – Toronto
50. Yellow-bellied Sapsucker – Toronto
51. Wood Duck – Toronto
52. Ruby-crowned Kinglet – Mississauga
53. Black-crowned Night-Heron – Mississauga
54. Spotted Sandpiper – Mississauga
55. Hermit Thrush – Mississauga
56. Yellow-rumped Warbler – Mississauga

May
57. White-throated Sparrow – Mississauga
58. Barn Swallow – Mississauga
59. Baltimore Oriole – Mississauga
60. Scarlet Tanager – Mississauga
61. Magnolia Warbler – Mississauga
62. Cedar Waxwing – Mississauga
63. Chestnut-sided Warbler – Mississauga
64. Grey Catbird – Mississauga
65. Northern Parula – Mississauga
66. Swainson’s Thrush – Mississauga

June
67. Belted Kingfisher – McCullough Lake
68. Sandhill Crane – McCullough Lake
69. Eastern Phoebe – McCullough Lake

July
70. Caspian Tern – Cobourg
71. Piping Plover – Presqu’ile Provincial Park
72. Killdeer – Presqu’ile Provincial Park
73. Common Yellowthroat – Presqu’ile Provincial Park
74. Eastern Kingbird – Presqu’ile Provincial Park
75. Great Egret – Presqu’ile Provincial Park

August
76. Northern Pintail – St. John’s
77. Great Black-backed Gull – St. John’s
78. Black and White Warbler – St. John’s
79. Savannah Sparrow – Cape Spear
80. Common Tern – Renews
81. Arctic Tern – Renews
82. Greater Yellowlegs – Renews
83. Black-bellied Plover – Renews
84. Semipalmated Plover – Ferryland
85. Common Murre – Witless Bay

September
86. Green Heron – Mississauga
87. Black-throated Blue Warbler – Mississauga
88. Rose-breasted Grosbeak – Mississauga
89. Pileated Woodpecker – Cobourg
90. White-crowned Sparrow – Mississauga
91. Northern Flicker – Mississauga
92. Golden-crowned Kinglet – Mississauga

October
93. Cooper’s Hawk – Ancaster

November
94. Brown Creeper – Mississauga
95. Eastern Screech-Owl – Mississauga

December
96. Common Goldeneye – Mississauga
97. Gadwall – Mississauga
98. Ring-necked Duck – Hamilton
99. Bald Eagle – Hamilton
100. Northern Shoveler – Hamilton
101. Ruddy Duck – Hamilton
102. Redhead – Hamilton
103. American Coot – Hamilton
104. Peregrine Falcon – Hamilton
105. King Eider – Hamilton

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