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2012 Results: Saint Marks National Wildlife Refuge, Florida

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Species [taxonomic]
[alphabetic]
Number of Birds   Number of Checklists
Reporting the Species
Gadwall 10       2      
American Wigeon 457       6      
American Black Duck 8       1      
Mallard 89       1      
Blue-winged Teal 115       5      
Northern Shoveler 104       6      
Northern Pintail 9       1      
Green-winged Teal 299       6      
Canvasback 63       3      
Redhead 37       4      
Ring-necked Duck 16       4      
Greater Scaup 2       1      
Lesser Scaup 181       6      
Bufflehead 81       6      
Hooded Merganser 11       4      
Red-breasted Merganser 12       2      
Wild Turkey 1       1      
Common Loon 1       1      
Pied-billed Grebe 57       6      
Horned Grebe 4       3      
Double-crested Cormorant 161       5      
Anhinga 6       3      
American White Pelican 1       1      
Brown Pelican 36       5      
Great Blue Heron 33       5      
Great Egret 87       5      
Snowy Egret 98       5      
Little Blue Heron 24       5      
Tricolored Heron 54       5      
Cattle Egret 6       1      
Black-crowned Night-Heron 47       5      
White Ibis 143       5      
Glossy Ibis 7       4      
Roseate Spoonbill 3       3      
Black Vulture 17       3      
Turkey Vulture 22       3      
Osprey 4       2      
Northern Harrier 8       4      
Sharp-shinned Hawk 1       1      
Cooper's Hawk 1       1      
Bald Eagle 19       5      
Red-shouldered Hawk 4       3      
Clapper Rail 3       2      
Common Gallinule 46       5      
American Coot 447       5      
Black-bellied Plover 48       2      
Semipalmated Plover 55       1      
Killdeer 28       6      
American Oystercatcher 10       3      
Black-necked Stilt 12       4      
American Avocet 6       2      
Greater Yellowlegs 36       4      
Willet 174       6      
Lesser Yellowlegs 20       4      
Marbled Godwit 66       2      
Ruddy Turnstone 55       1      
Red Knot 1       1      
Western Sandpiper 63       1      
Least Sandpiper 77       4      
Dunlin 845       4      
Short-billed Dowitcher 142       3      
Long-billed Dowitcher 15       2      
Wilson's Snipe 5       4      
Laughing Gull 17       3      
Ring-billed Gull 27       4      
Herring Gull 9       2      
Caspian Tern 12       1      
Forster's Tern 15       4      
Royal Tern 78       5      
Mourning Dove 6       2      
Belted Kingfisher 8       4      
Red-bellied Woodpecker 11       6      
Yellow-bellied Sapsucker 1       1      
Downy Woodpecker 2       2      
Red-cockaded Woodpecker 2       1      
Pileated Woodpecker 1       1      
American Kestrel 2       2      
Merlin 1       1      
Eastern Phoebe 9       4      
Blue Jay 1       1      
American Crow 10       2      
Fish Crow 3       1      
Tree Swallow 8       3      
Carolina Chickadee 9       3      
Brown-headed Nuthatch 2       1      
Carolina Wren 7       2      
Blue-gray Gnatcatcher 1       1      
Ruby-crowned Kinglet 1       1      
Eastern Bluebird 7       4      
American Robin 5       1      
Gray Catbird 2       1      
Northern Mockingbird 17       5      
European Starling 20       2      
Common Yellowthroat 3       1      
Palm Warbler 2       1      
Pine Warbler 5       3      
Yellow-rumped Warbler 51       6      
Eastern Towhee 7       4      
Chipping Sparrow 6       2      
Savannah Sparrow 1       1      
Song Sparrow 2       1      
Swamp Sparrow 4       3      
Northern Cardinal 15       4      
Red-winged Blackbird 144       5      
Common Grackle 52       2      
Boat-tailed Grackle 70       5      
Total 5,149             

A total of 106 species were reported.

See a summary for Florida.

This report was updated 15-Jan-2013 09:05 ET.