Interested in knowing what birds have been spotted in Roberts Bird Sanctuary?

Key

Status:        R: resident all year; S: summer (and migration); M: migrant; W: winter (and migration)

Breed:         b: probably breeds

Frequency: c: common; r: rare; p: presumed present; x: extirpated, seen in past but probably gone

   
  BIRD Status Breeds Frequency Notes

1

Wood Duck

S

b

 

has bred in sanctuary

2

Mallard

S

b

c

 

3

Green Heron

S

 

r

 

4

Black-crowned Night Heron

S

 

r

 

5

Great Blue Heron

S

 

u

 

6

Sharp-Shinned hawk

M

 

r

 

7

Cooper’s Hawk

S

b

 

increasing in recent years

8

Red-tailed Hawk

S

 

 

 

9

Broad-winged Hawk

S

 

 

 

10

American Kestrel

R

 

 

 

11

Common Pheasant

R

 

r

 

12

Wild Turkey

R

 

u

 

13

Sora

S

 

r

 

14

Solitary Sandpiper

M

 

r

 

15

Killdeer

S

b

 

has bred in Peace Garden

16

Rock Dove

R

 

 

 

17

Mourning Dove

S

b

c

 

18

Black-billed Cuckoo

M

 

 

 

19

Yellow-billed Cuckoo

M

 

r

 

20

Eastern Screech Owl

R

b

 

 

21

Great Horned Owl

R

b

 

 

22

Barred Owl

R

b

 

 

23

Long-eared Owl

M

 

r

 

24

Common Nighthawk

S

 

 

seen overhead

25

Whip-poor-will

M

 

r

 

26

Chimney Swift

S

 

c

seen overhead

27

Ruby-throated Hummingbird

S

 

 

 

28

Red-headed Woodpecker

S

b

x

 

29

Red-bellied Woodpecker

R

b

 

seen nesting in tree cavity

30

Yellow-bellied Sapsucker

M

 

 

 

31

Downy Woodpecker

R

b

c

 

32

Hairy Woodpecker

R

b

c

 

33

Northern Flicker

S

 

 

numbers reduced

34

Pileated Woodpecker

R

 

r

now rare

35

Olive-sided Flycatcher

M

 

r

 

36

Eastern Wood-Pewee

S

b

 

 

37

Yellow-bellied Flycatcher

M

 

 

 

38

Alder Flycatcher

M

 

r

 

39

Willow Flycatcher

S

 

r

 

40

Least Flycatcher

M

 

c

 

41

Eastern Phoebe

S

b

 

 

42

Great Crested Flycatcher

S

b

 

 

43

Blue-headed Vireo

M

 

 

 

44

Yellow-throated Vireo

S

 

 

 

45

Philadelphia Vireo

M

 

 

 

46

Red-eyed Vireo

S

b

c

 

47

Warbling Vireo

S

b

c

 

48

Blue Jay

R

b

c

 

49

American Crow

R

b

c

 

50

Tree Swallow

S

b

 

seen overhead

51

Barn Swallow

S

 

c

seen overhead

52

Ruby-crowned Kinglet

M

 

c

 

53

Golden-crowned Kinglet

M

 

u

 

54

Cedar Waxwing

S

 

c

 

55

Winter Wren

M

 

 

 

56

Marsh Wren

S

 

x

 

57

House Wren

S

b

c

 

58

Gray Catbird

S

b

c

 

59

Brown Thrasher

S

 

r

numbers reduced

60

Common Starling

R

b

c

 

61

Veery

M

 

 

 

62

Gray-cheeked Thrush

M

 

 

 

63

Swainson’s Thrush

M

 

 

 

64

Wood Thrush

M

 

r

 

65

Hermit Thrush

M

 

 

 

66

American Robin

R

b

c

 

67

Eastern Bluebird

R

 

r

 

68

Blue-gray Gnatcatcher

S

 

c

Increasing in recent years

69

Black-capped Chickadee

R

b

c

 

70

Red-breasted Nuthatch

M

 

r

 

71

White-breasted Nuthatch

R

b

c

 

72

Brown Creeper

M

 

 

 

73

Blue-winged Warbler

M

 

r

 

74

Golden-winged Warbler

M

 

 

 

75 Tennesse Warbler M   c  

76

Orange-crowned Warbler

M

 

 

 

77

Nashville Warbler

M

 

 

 

78

Northern Parula

M

 

 

 

79

Yellow Warbler

S

b

 

 

80

Chestnut-sided Warbler

M

 

 

 

81

Magnolia Warbler

M

 

 

 

82

Cape May Warbler

M

 

 

 

83

Yellow-rumped Warbler

M

 

c

 

84

Black-throated Blue Warbler

M

 

r

more common in Fall

85

Black-throated Green Warbler

M

 

 

 

86

Blackburnian Warbler

M

 

 

 

87

Pine Warbler

M

 

 

 

88

Palm Warbler

M

 

 

 

89

Bay-breasted Warbler

M

 

 

 

90

Blackpoll Warbler

M

 

 

 

91

Cerulean Warbler

M

 

r

 

92

Black-and-white Warbler

M

 

 

 

93

American Redstart

S

 

c

 

94

Prothonotary Warbler

M

 

x

 

95

Ovenbird

M

 

c

 

96

Northern Waterthrush

M

 

c

 

97

Kentucky Warbler

M

 

r

 

98

Connecticut Warbler

M

 

r

 

99

Mourning Warbler

M

 

u

 

100

Common Yellowthroat

S

b

c

 

101

Hooded Warbler

M

 

r

 

102

Wilson’s Warbler

M

 

 

 

103

Canada Warbler

M

 

 

 

104

Pine Siskin

M

 

 

 

105

American Goldfinch

R

b

c

 

106

Common Redpoll

W

 

p

 

107

House Finch

R

b

c

 

108

Purple Finch

M

 

r

 

109

White-winged Crossbill

W

 

p

 

110

Fox Sparrow

M

 

 

 

111

Song Sparrow

S

b

c

 

112

Lincoln’s Sparrow

M

 

u

 

113

Swamp Sparrow

S

b

c

 

114

Harris's Sparrow

M

 

p

 

115

White-crowned Sparrow

M

 

u

 

116

White-throated Sparrow

M

 

c

 

117

Clay-colored Sparrow

S

 

r

 

118

American Tree Sparrow

W

 

p

 

119

Dark-eyed Junco

M

 

 

 

120

Chipping Sparrow

M

b

c

 

121

Vesper Sparrow

S

 

x

 

122

Field Sparrow

S

 

x

 

123

Eastern Towhee

S

 

r

 

124

Scarlet Tanager

M

 

 

 

125

Rose-breasted Grosbeak

S

b

 

 

126

Northern Cardinal

R

b

c

 

127

Indigo Bunting

S

b

 

 

128

Baltimore Oriole

S

b

 

 

129

Red-winged Blackbird

S

b

 

 

130

Rusty Blackbird

M

 

r

rare in recent years

131

Common Grackle

S

b

c

 

132

Brown-headed Cowbird

S

b

 

 

133

House Sparrow

R

b

c

 

 
   

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