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2008 Results: Tampa, Florida

This town report includes all data submitted to the town and to all postal codes associated with the town.

Other years: 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012


Species [taxonomic]
[alphabetic]
Number of Birds   Number of Checklists
Reporting the Species
Snow Goose 4       3      
Muscovy Duck 79       12      
Wood Duck 8       1      
Mallard 204       21      
Mottled Duck 7       2      
Ring-necked Duck 6       1      
Greater Scaup 3       1      
Lesser Scaup 160       4      
Red-breasted Merganser 1       1      
Indian Peafowl 44       3      
Wild Turkey 27       2      
Wood Stork 14       10      
Double-crested Cormorant 12       10      
Anhinga 235       14      
American White Pelican 3       1      
Brown Pelican 15       5      
Great Blue Heron 22       15      
Great Egret 44       21      
Snowy Egret 40       10      
Little Blue Heron 15       13      
Tricolored Heron 4       2      
Cattle Egret 3       2      
Green Heron 2       1      
Yellow-crowned Night-Heron 2       1      
White Ibis 82       19      
Roseate Spoonbill 1       1      
Black Vulture 54       15      
Turkey Vulture 79       17      
Osprey 26       18      
Bald Eagle 7       2      
Northern Harrier 1       1      
Sharp-shinned Hawk 3       1      
Cooper's Hawk 1       1      
Red-shouldered Hawk 14       9      
Short-tailed Hawk 1       1      
Red-tailed Hawk 7       4      
American Kestrel 1       1      
Purple Gallinule 5       1      
American Coot 804       8      
Limpkin 19       11      
Sandhill Crane 26       11      
American Oystercatcher 23       1      
Willet 43       1      
Marbled Godwit 93       1      
Ruddy Turnstone 39       1      
Red Knot 34       1      
Sanderling 12       1      
Dunlin 98       1      
Short-billed Dowitcher 26       1      
Laughing Gull 205       15      
Ring-billed Gull 10       1      
Herring Gull 126       8      
Black Skimmer 10       1      
Rock Pigeon 3       2      
Eurasian Collared-Dove 16       6      
White-winged Dove 4       2      
Mourning Dove 100       27      
Common Ground-Dove 1       1      
Nanday Parakeet 38       4      
Monk Parakeet 12       1      
Eastern Screech-Owl 1       1      
Barred Owl 2       1      
Belted Kingfisher 4       4      
Red-headed Woodpecker 1       1      
Red-bellied Woodpecker 19       14      
Downy Woodpecker 6       5      
Hairy Woodpecker 1       1      
Red-cockaded Woodpecker 1       1      
Northern Flicker 1       1      
Pileated Woodpecker 2       1      
Eastern Phoebe 1       1      
Great Crested Flycatcher 1       1      
Loggerhead Shrike 15       2      
Blue-headed Vireo 4       2      
Blue Jay 53       20      
Florida Scrub-Jay 1       1      
American Crow 72       10      
Fish Crow 319       6      
Purple Martin 2       1      
Tree Swallow 7       2      
Carolina Chickadee 9       4      
Tufted Titmouse 33       17      
Carolina Wren 50       10      
House Wren 1       1      
Blue-gray Gnatcatcher 5       4      
Ruby-crowned Kinglet 1       1      
Eastern Bluebird 5       3      
American Robin 100       6      
Gray Catbird 8       6      
Northern Mockingbird 88       26      
Brown Thrasher 21       6      
European Starling 18       4      
American Pipit 5       1      
Common Yellowthroat 1       1      
Northern Parula 1       1      
Palm Warbler 11       8      
Pine Warbler 9       2      
Yellow-rumped Warbler 18       8      
Yellow-throated Warbler 4       1      
Chipping Sparrow 9       2      
Savannah Sparrow 4       1      
Swamp Sparrow 5       1      
Northern Cardinal 117       37      
Red-winged Blackbird 14       8      
Common Grackle 102       9      
Boat-tailed Grackle 7       4      
House Finch 4       1      
American Goldfinch 1       1      
House Sparrow 6       4      
Total 4,148             

A total of 109 species were reported.

See a summary for Florida.

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