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Bird-a-Day Challenge 2010

Every day you add a new bird that you see or hear to your list for that date. You may not repeat the same bird or skip a day.

More at the Bird a Day site.

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March 19 – BUSTED
March 18 – Pileated Woodpecker
March 17 – Killdeer
March 16 – Brown-headed Cowbird
March 15 – Osprey
March 14 – Green-winged Teal
March 13 – Turkey Vulture
March 12 – Great Blue Heron
March 11 – Chipping Sparrow
March 10 – Fox Sparrow
March 9 – Greylag Goose (domestic)
March 8 – Double-crested Cormorant
March 7 – Pied-billed Grebe
March 6 – American Herring Gull
March 5 – White-breasted Nuthatch
March 4 – Eastern Phoebe
March 3 – Eastern Meadowlark
March 2 – Yellow-rumped Warbler
March 1 – European Starling
February 28 – White-throated Sparrow
February 27 – Red-headed Woodpecker
February 26 – Field Sparrow
February 25 – Brown Thrasher
February 24 – Northern Cardinal
February 23 – Mallard
February 22 – House Finch
February 21 – Tufted Titmouse
February 20 – Ruddy Duck
February 19 – Carolina Wren
February 18 – Red-winged Blackbird
February 17 – Common Grackle
February 16 – Rock Pigeon
February 15 – Mourning Dove
February 14 – Carolina Chickadee
February 13 – Fish Crow
February 12 – American Crow
February 11 – Brown-headed Nuthatch
February 10 – Eastern Bluebird
February 9 – American Goldfinch
February 8 – Northern Mockingbird
February 7 – White-collared Swift
February 6 – Chestnut-sided Shrike-Vireo
February 5 – White-throated Magpie Jay
February 4 – Azure-crowned Hummingbird
February 3 – Northern Flicker
February 2 – Downy Woodpecker
February 1 – Dark-eyed Junco
January 31 – Harlequin Duck
January 30 – Snowy Owl
January 29 – Northern Saw-whet Owl
January 28 – Black Vulture
January 27 – Song Sparrow
January 26 – Blue Jay
January 25 – Pine Warbler
January 24 – American Black Duck
January 23 – Bufflehead
January 22 – Red-shouldered Hawk
January 21 – Yellow-bellied Sapsucker
January 20 – American Robin
January 19 – Red-tailed Hawk
January 18 – Hooded Merganser
January 17 – Canada Goose
January 16 – Cackling Goose
January 15 -Winter Wren
January 14 – Belted Kingfisher
January 13 – Ruby-crowned Kinglet
January 12 – Red-bellied Woodpecker
January 11 – Cooper’s Hawk
January 10 – Lapland Longspur
January 9 – Cedar Waxwing
January 8 – Hermit Thrush
January 7 – Hairy Woodpecker
January 6 – Golden-crowned Kinglet
January 5 – Eastern Towhee
January 4 – House Sparrow
January 3 – Ring-necked Duck
January 2 – Blue-headed Vireo
January 1 – Ring-billed Gull

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4 Comments leave one →
  1. January 2, 2010 11:52 pm

    I’m at
    1st-Red-shouldered Hawk
    2nd-RB Gull

    Do you know if Mrs. Becky is doing it too?

  2. Nate permalink*
    January 3, 2010 9:51 am

    I dunno, it’s possible she forgot. I almost did.

  3. February 25, 2010 8:08 am

    Oh dear: Housefinch, Mallard and Cardinal in late February?
    You’ll regret that…

  4. March 12, 2010 7:45 am

    Fox Sparrow.

    Sigh.

    I remeber the beauty … the glory … the golden times.

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