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Patch 2012

Going back to the Beaver Brook/Rock Meadow patch this year. Target is 106 birds and 150 things (where additional things include mammals, butterflies, odes, and tiger beetles). All-time total: 252 (152, 9, 53, 41, 1).

Last update 12/21 (118%, 137%):

9/17: well above the 106 now (and 112 matches my highest total), so let’s go for 125.

Birds

  1. Canada Goose (1/7)
  2. Wood Duck (3/14)
  3. American Black Duck (1/6)
  4. Mallard (1/6)
  5. Hooded Merganser (1/6)
  6. Common Merganser (3/4)
  7. Wild Turkey (1/5)
  8. Double-crested Cormorant (5/20)
  9. Great Blue Heron (3/24)
  10. Green Heron (8/29)
  11. Turkey Vulture (4/4)
  12. Osprey (8/13)
  13. Cooper’s Hawk (3/4)
  14. Sharp-shinned Hawk (9/8)
  15. Broad-winged Hawk (8/20)
  16. Red-shouldered Hawk (10/28)
  17. Red-tailed Hawk (1/5)
  18. American Kestrel (4/10)
  19. Merlin (9/22)
  20. Killdeer (3/4)
  21. Solitary Sandpiper (5/10)
  22. American Woodcock (3/18)
  23. Ring-billed Gull (2/1)
  24. Herring Gull (2/19)
  25. Great Black-backed Gull (2/19)
  26. Rock Pigeon (1/7)
  27. Mourning Dove (1/7)
  28. Yellow-billed Cuckoo (9/4)
  29. Black-billed Cuckoo (10/12)
  30. Great Horned Owl (1/7)
  31. Chimney Swift (5/10)
  32. Ruby-throated Hummingbird (5/20)
  33. Belted Kingfisher (9/13)
  34. Red-bellied Woodpecker (1/7)
  35. Yellow-bellied Sapsucker (10/7)
  36. Downy Woodpecker (1/5)
  37. Hairy Woodpecker (1/7)
  38. Northern Flicker (1/5)
  39. Eastern Wood-Pewee (5/17)
  40. Willow Flycatcher (5/20)
  41. Eastern Phoebe (3/19)
  42. Great Crested Flycatcher (5/17)
  43. Eastern Kingbird (5/9)
  44. Blue-headed Vireo (9/17)
  45. Warbling Vireo (5/8)
  46. Red-eyed Vireo (5/15)
  47. Blue Jay (1/7)
  48. American Crow (1/7)
  49. Common Raven (8/26)
  50. Tree Swallow (3/20)
  51. Barn Swallow (4/30)
  52. Black-capped Chickadee (1/5)
  53. Tufted Titmouse (1/5)
  54. White-breasted Nuthatch (1/7)
  55. Red-breasted Nuthatch (8/14)
  56. Brown Creeper (3/4)
  57. Carolina Wren (1/5)
  58. House Wren (4/21)
  59. Winter Wren (1/6)
  60. Marsh Wren (11/3)
  61. Blue-gray Gnatcatcher (5/20)
  62. Golden-crowned Kinglet (3/24)
  63. Ruby-crowned Kinglet (10/7)
  64. Eastern Bluebird (3/4)
  65. Swainson’s Thrush (9/17)
  66. Hermit Thrush (4/15)
  67. Wood Thrush (5/10)
  68. American Robin (1/5)
  69. Gray Catbird (5/10)
  70. Northern Mockingbird (1/7)
  71. Brown Thrasher (5/20)
  72. European Starling (1/7)
  73. American Pipit (10/2)
  74. Cedar Waxwing (1/5)
  75. Ovenbird (5/20)
  76. Northern Waterthrush (5/16)
  77. Blue-winged Warbler (5/10)
  78. Black-and-white Warbler (5/10)
  79. Orange-crowned Warbler (10/16)
  80. Nashville Warbler (9/17)
  81. Common Yellowthroat (5/15)
  82. American Redstart (5/15)
  83. Northern Parula (5/16)
  84. Magnolia Warbler (9/17)
  85. Blackburnian Warbler (8/26)
  86. Yellow Warbler (5/10)
  87. Chestnut-sided Warbler (8/17)
  88. Bay-breasted Warbler (8/30)
  89. Blackpoll Warbler (5/16)
  90. Black-throated Blue Warbler (9/17)
  91. Palm Warbler (9/13)
  92. Pine Warbler (4/15)
  93. Black-throated Green Warbler (8/30)
  94. Yellow-rumped Warbler (4/17)
  95. Canada Warbler (9/8)
  96. Black-throated Green Warbler (9/8)
  97. Eastern Towhee (9/17)
  98. American Tree Sparrow (1/10)
  99. Chipping Sparrow (4/14)
  100. Field Sparrow (6/14)
  101. Savannah Sparrow (4/15)
  102. Song Sparrow (1/7)
  103. Lincoln’s Sparrow (9/17)
  104. Swamp Sparrow (1/7)
  105. Fox Sparrow (11/6)
  106. White-throated Sparrow (1/7)
  107. White-crowned Sparrow (10/7)
  108. Dark-eyed Junco (1/5)
  109. Scarlet Tanager (5/15)
  110. Northern Cardinal (1/5)
  111. Rose-breasted Grosbeak (4/30)
  112. Indigo Bunting (5/15)
  113. Bobolink (8/17)
  114. Brown-headed Cowbird (3/15)
  115. Red-winged Blackbird (3/4)
  116. Common Grackle (2/19)
  117. Rusty Blackbird (1/7)
  118. Baltimore Oriole (5/10)
  119. Orchard Oriole (5/20)
  120. Common Redpoll (12/15)
  121. Purple Finch (9/27)
  122. House Finch (1/5)
  123. Pine Siskin (10/7)
  124. American Goldfinch (1/5)
  125. House Sparrow (1/6)

Mammals

  1. Red Squirrel (1/7)
  2. Gray Squirrel (1/7)
  3. Eastern Chipmunk (3/24)
  4. Eastern Cottontail (1/7)
  5. Muskrat (2/19)
  6. Mink (7/22)
  7. Whitetail Deer (8/16)

Butterflies

  1. Silver-spotted Skipper (6/14)
  2. Common Sootywing (5/20)
  3. Juvenal’s Duskywing (4/14)
  4. Wild Indigo Duskywing (10/6)
  5. Pepper-and-salt Skipper (5/20)
  6. Least Skipper (6/30)
  7. European Skipper (6/8)
  8. Delaware Skipper (6/30)
  9. Peck’s Skipper (5/20)
  10. Hobomok Skipper (5/20)
  11. Zabulon Skipper (8/13)
  12. Dun Skipper (6/30)
  13. Broad-winged Skipper (7/22)
  14. Fiery Skipper (8/16)
  15. Black Swallowtail (5/20)
  16. Giant Swallowtail (8/7)
  17. Eastern Tiger Swallowtail (4/19)
  18. Spicebush Swallowtail (5/20)
  19. Cabbage White (4/2)
  20. Clouded Sulphur (4/4)
  21. Orange Sulphur (6/30)
  22. American Copper (5/20)
  23. Henry’s Elfin (4/30)
  24. Eastern Tailed-Blue (4/30)
  25. Spring Azure (4/19)
  26. Cherry Gall Azure (4/26)
  27. Summer Azure (6/30)
  28. Banded Hairstreak (6/30)
  29. Gray Hairstreak (8/29)
  30. Great Spangled Fritillary (7/4)
  31. Monarch (5/20)
  32. Red-spotted Purple (5/29)
  33. American Lady (4/19)
  34. Painted Lady (8/7)
  35. Red Admiral (4/19)
  36. Eastern Comma (4/4)
  37. Question Mark (4/26)
  38. Mourning Cloak (3/19)
  39. Pearl Crescent (5/20)
  40. Common Buckeye (8/4)
  41. Common Wood-Nymph (7/5)
  42. Appalachian Brown (8/7)
  43. Little Wood Satyr (5/15)
  44. Common Ringlet (5/20)

Dragonflies

  1. Ebony Jewelwing (5/24)
  2. Slender Spreadwing (6/30)
  3. Spotted Spreadwing (8/30)
  4. Eastern Forktail (4/25)
  5. Fragile Forktail (5/20)
  6. Skimming Bluet (7/3)
  7. Aurora Damsel (6/14)
  8. Common Green Darner (4/17)
  9. Green-striped Darner (8/30)
  10. Swamp Darner (7/22)
  11. Fawn Darner (8/1, have found exuviae in the past)
  12. Common Baskettail (5/20)
  13. Prince Baskettail (6/19)
  14. Clamp-tipped Emerald (6/12)
  15. Mocha Emerald (7/5)
  16. Eastern Amberwing (6/30)
  17. Painted Skimmer (6/8)
  18. Twelve-spotted Skimmer (6/12)
  19. Slaty Skimmer (7/22)
  20. Common Whitetail (5/15)
  21. Eastern Pondhawk (5/24)
  22. Blue Dasher (6/12)
  23. Halloween Pennant (7/22)
  24. Spot-winged Glider (6/30)
  25. Autumn Meadowhawk (8/7)
  26. Cherry-faced Meadowhawk (6/30)
  27. Band-winged Meadowhawk (7/25)
  28. Black Saddlebags (6/19)

Tiger Beetles

  1. Six-spotted Tiger Beetle (4/26)

Patch 2011

Two patches this year: the Western Greenway and Charles River (Watertown Square to Norumbega). Goal is the 5 year average plus 5, so 120 for the Greenway and 73 for the Charles. Bold is a patch tick, italics is otherwise notable.

Greenway (95% as of 12/6)

  1. Mute Swan (3/22)
  2. Canada Goose (1/28)
  3. Wood Duck (2/17)
  4. American Black Duck (2/17)
  5. Mallard (1/3)
  6. Northern Pintail (1/5)
  7. Hooded Merganser (1/3, breeding 7/21?)
  8. Wild Turkey (4/7)
  9. Double-crested Cormorant (3/19)
  10. Great Blue Heron (4/17)
  11. Green Heron (5/5)
  12. Turkey Vulture (2/17)
  13. Osprey (4/26)
  14. Sharp-shinned Hawk (4/22)
  15. Cooper’s Hawk (1/8)
  16. Red-tailed Hawk (1/8)
  17. American Kestrel (4/27)
  18. Peregrine Falcon (1/25)
  19. Killdeer (3/19)
  20. Spotted Sandpiper (7/21)
  21. Solitary Sandpiper (5/25)
  22. American Woodcock (3/20)
  23. Ring-billed Gull (1/3)
  24. Herring Gull (4/10)
  25. Rock Pigeon (3/1)
  26. Mourning Dove (1/5)
  27. Yellow-billed Cuckoo (5/13)
  28. Black-billed Cuckoo (5/27)
  29. Great Horned Owl (1/8)
  30. Common Nighthawk (9/4)
  31. Chimney Swift (5/5)
  32. Ruby-throated Hummingbird (6/2)
  33. Belted Kingfisher (2/22)
  34. Red-bellied Woodpecker (1/7)
  35. Yellow-bellied Sapsucker (4/17)
  36. Downy Woodpecker (1/3)
  37. Hairy Woodpecker (1/8)
  38. Northern Flicker (1/8)
  39. Eastern Wood-Pewee (5/24)
  40. Willow Flycatcher (5/28)
  41. Eastern Phoebe (4/7)
  42. Great Crested Flycatcher (5/3)
  43. Eastern Kingbird (4/27)
  44. Blue-headed Vireo (10/6)
  45. Warbling Vireo (5/16)
  46. Red-eyed Vireo (5/12)
  47. Blue Jay (1/5)
  48. American Crow (1/4)
  49. Common Raven (12/6)
  50. Tree Swallow (4/17)
  51. Barn Swallow (4/22)
  52. Black-capped Chickadee (1/3)
  53. Tufted Titmouse (1/3)
  54. Red-breasted Nuthatch (3/29)
  55. White-breasted Nuthatch (1/4)
  56. Brown Creeper (11/19)
  57. Carolina Wren (1/8)
  58. House Wren (4/22)
  59. Ruby-crowned Kinglet (4/22)
  60. Golden-crowned Kinglet (4/27)
  61. Eastern Bluebird (3/17)
  62. Hermit Thrush (3/29)
  63. Wood Thrush (5/3)
  64. American Robin (1/5)
  65. Northern Mockingbird (1/8)
  66. Brown Thrasher (4/17)
  67. Gray Catbird (5/3)
  68. European Starling (1/3)
  69. Cedar Waxwing (5/23)
  70. Blue-winged Warbler (5/24)
  71. Nashville Warbler (5/13)
  72. Northern Parula (5/3)
  73. Yellow Warbler (5/3)
  74. Chestnut-sided Warbler (5/3)
  75. Magnolia Warbler (5/25)
  76. Black-throated Blue Warbler (5/12)
  77. Black-throated Green Warbler (4/27)
  78. Yellow-rumped Warbler (4/19)
  79. Pine Warbler (4/6)
  80. Palm Warbler (4/19)
  81. Blackpoll Warbler (5/25)
  82. American Redstart (8/18)
  83. Black-and-white Warbler (4/27)
  84. Ovenbird (5/3)
  85. Northern Waterthrush (7/21)
  86. Louisiana Waterthrush (7/26)
  87. Common Yellowthroat (5/3)
  88. Eastern Towhee (5/3)
  89. American Tree Sparrow (1/3)
  90. Chipping Sparrow (4/14)
  91. Clay-colored Sparrow (9/26)
  92. Field Sparrow (4/10)
  93. Savannah Sparrow (4/17)
  94. Fox Sparrow (3/19)
  95. Song Sparrow (1/8)
  96. Lincoln’s Sparrow (9/18)
  97. Swamp Sparrow (4/17)
  98. White-throated Sparrow (1/3)
  99. White-crowned Sparrow (10/16)
  100. Dark-eyed Junco (1/3)
  101. Scarlet Tanager (5/9)
  102. Northern Cardinal (1/3)
  103. Rose-breasted Grosbeak (4/27)
  104. Indigo Bunting (5/13)
  105. Dickcissel (10/2)
  106. Orchard Oriole (5/25)
  107. Baltimore Oriole (4/27)
  108. Red-winged Blackbird (3/2)
  109. Brown-headed Cowbird (3/19)
  110. Rusty Blackbird (4/7)
  111. Common Grackle (2/24)
  112. House Finch (1/5)
  113. American Goldfinch (1/3)
  114. House Sparrow (1/3)

Butterflies (31):  Silver-spotted Skipper (6/6), Juvenal’s Duskywing (4/27), Least Skipper (8/2), European Skipper (6/20), Little Glassywing (6/28), Peck’s Skipper (8/6), Hobomok Skipper (5/28), Dun Skipper (7/27), Black Swallowtail (5/28), Spicebush Swallowtail (8/19), Eastern Tiger Swallowtail (5/13), Clouded Sulphur (5/2), Cabbage White (4/17), American Copper (5/28), Banded Hairstreak (6/20), Cherry Gall Azure (5/24), Summer Azure (8/12),  Eastern Tailed-Blue (9/4), Monarch (7/19), Red-spotted Purple (8/18), Viceroy (5/28), American Lady (5/13), Painted Lady (5/28), Red Admiral (5/28), Mourning Cloak (4/10), Question Mark (5/25), Eastern Comma (4/10), Pearl Crescent (5/28), Appalachian Brown (7/19), Common Ringlet (5/28), Little Wood Satyr (5/28), Common Wood-Nymph (7/19)

Odes (24+): Ebony Jewelwing (6/6), Eastern Forktail (5/25), Common Green Darner (5/25), Canada Darner (9/13), Shadow Darner (9/13), Lance-tipped Darner (8/18), Common Baskettail (5/25) , Prince Baskettail (6/28), Mocha Emerald (7/19, probably had in the past, it may be the most common emerald around), Clamp-tipped Emerald (8/12), Calico Pennant (6/20), Eastern Pondhawk (7/15), Widow Skimmer (7/15), Common Whitetail (5/28), Slaty Skimmer (7/21), Twelve-spotted Skimmer (7/15), Blue Dasher (7/15), Spot-winged Glider (6/28),  Wandering Glider (8/6), Eastern Amberwing (8/3), Ruby/Cherry-faced Meadowhawk (7/19), Band-winged Meadowhawk (8/19), Autumn Meadowhawk (8/12), Black Saddlebags (7/26) [possible Springtime Darner 5/25]

Charles (133% as of 12/4)

  1. Greater White-fronted Goose (3/23)
  2. Canada Goose (1/2)
  3. Mute Swan (1/2)
  4. Wood Duck (1/23)
  5. Gadwall (3/14)
  6. American Wigeon (1/20)
  7. American Black Duck (1/2)
  8. Mallard (1/2)
  9. Blue-winged Teal (9/14)
  10. Green-winged Teal (9/14)
  11. Ring-necked Duck (1/2)
  12. Lesser Scaup (1/14)
  13. Bufflehead (11/4)
  14. Common Goldeneye (1/6)
  15. Barrow’s Goldeneye (1/2)
  16. Hooded Merganser (1/2)
  17. Common Merganser (1/2)
  18. Red-breasted Merganser (1/9)
  19. Pied-billed Grebe (9/23)
  20. Double-crested Cormorant (3/14)
  21. Great Cormorant (3/14)
  22. Green Heron (7/28)
  23. Great Blue Heron (1/2)
  24. Great Egret (8/11)
  25. Black-crowned Night-Heron (7/28)
  26. Turkey Vulture (5/1)
  27. Cooper’s Hawk (2/12)
  28. Red-tailed Hawk (1/9)
  29. Merlin (1/2)
  30. Virginia Rail (4/11)
  31. American Coot (1/9)
  32. Killdeer (4/12)
  33. Spotted Sandpiper (8/5)
  34. Solitary Sandpiper (8/5)
  35. Lesser Yellowlegs (9/24)
  36. Least Sandpiper (7/28)
  37. Semipalmated Sandpiper (8/29)
  38. Pectoral Sandpiper (9/18)
  39. Ring-billed Gull (1/2)
  40. Herring Gull (1/2)
  41. Iceland Gull (12/4)
  42. Lesser Black-backed Gull (3/14)
  43. Great Black-backed Gull (1/2)
  44. Rock Pigeon (1/2)
  45. Mourning Dove (1/2)
  46. Great Horned Owl (2/16)
  47. Belted Kingfisher (4/20)
  48. Chimney Swift (4/28)
  49. Red-bellied Woodpecker (5/1)
  50. Downy Woodpecker (1/2)
  51. Hairy Woodpecker (1/2)
  52. Northern Flicker (3/14)
  53. Great Crested Flycatcher (5/1)
  54. Eastern Phoebe (7/28)
  55. Eastern Kingbird (5/1)
  56. Warbling Vireo (5/6)
  57. Yellow-throated Vireo (5/1)
  58. Blue Jay (1/2)
  59. Common Raven (12/4)
  60. American Crow (1/6)
  61. Fish Crow (1/9)
  62. Northern Rough-winged Swallow (4/20)
  63. Tree Swallow (4/20)
  64. Bank Swallow (4/20)
  65. Barn Swallow (4/28)
  66. Black-capped Chickadee (1/2)
  67. Tufted Titmouse (1/28)
  68. White-breasted Nuthatch (1/2)
  69. Red-breasted Nuthatch (5/1)
  70. Blue-gray Gnatcatcher (5/1)
  71. Carolina Wren (1/2)
  72. Golden-crowned Kinglet (1/2)
  73. American Robin (1/6)
  74. Northern Mockingbird (1/2)
  75. Gray Catbird (5/26)
  76. European Starling (1/2)
  77. Cedar Waxwing (2/12)
  78. Northern Parula (5/4)
  79. Yellow Warbler (4/28)
  80. Yellow-rumped Warbler (4/12)
  81. Pine Warbler (4/8)
  82. Palm Warbler (4/8)
  83. Common Yellowthroat (5/26)
  84. Chipping Sparrow (4/28)
  85. Song Sparrow (1/2)
  86. Swamp Sparrow (5/4)
  87. White-throated Sparrow (2/12)
  88. Dark-eyed Junco (1/2)
  89. Northern Cardinal (1/2)
  90. Red-winged Blackbird (3/2)
  91. Rusty Blackbird (3/30)
  92. Common Grackle (3/6)
  93. Brown-headed Cowbird (4/12)
  94. Baltimore Oriole (5/1)
  95. House Finch (1/20)
  96. American Goldfinch (1/2)
  97. House Sparrow (1/2)

Butterflies (3): Eastern Tiger Swallowtail (6/1), Cabbage White (5/1), Eastern Comma (5/1)

Odes (16): Blue-fronted Dancer (7/1), Violet Dancer (8/4), Powdered Dancer (8/4), Stream Bluet (6/1), Orange Bluet (6/8), Vesper Bluet (7/31), Fragile Forktail (7/18), Eastern Forktail (5/26), Common Green Darner (5/26), Common Baskettail (6/1), Prince Baskettail (6/8), Halloween Pennant (7/31), Eastern Pondhawk (7/28), Slaty Skimmer (8/4), Blue Dasher (7/18), Ruby/Cherry-faced Meadowhawk (7/31)

Patch 2010

Rather than a Waltham list this year, I’m going to do a patch list. The patch will be the area from Lexington/Waltham St. to Concord Ave to Mill St to Trapelo Rd, so basically Beaver Brook North, the Beaver Brook Ponds, and Rock Meadow. I’m hoping for 3 visits a week (150 hours minimum) and 125 birds and 200 things in total.

4/14: Decided to expand to the entire Western Greenway as there are too many other sites I want to check occasionally. Shouldn’t affect totals much. If two dates are given, the later one is on the reduced patch. One date with a * is the expanded patch only.

Bold is limited patch tick, italics is greenway tick.

So far (10/31):

Birds (118):

  1. Canada Goose (1/29, 2/22)
  2. Wood Duck (3/19)
  3. Mallard (1/12)
  4. American Black Duck (1/26)
  5. Hooded Merganser (1/22)
  6. Wild Turkey (4/16)
  7. Common Loon (5/13)
  8. Double-crested Cormorant (*7/18)
  9. Great Blue Heron (7/9)
  10. Green Heron (7/27, 8/5)
  11. Turkey Vulture (5/15)
  12. Sharp-shinned Hawk (1/6, 3/20)
  13. Cooper’s Hawk (1/16)
  14. Red-tailed Hawk (1/15)
  15. Merlin (10/11)
  16. Peregine Falcon (10/31)
  17. Killdeer (3/20)
  18. Spotted Sandpiper (5/15)
  19. Solitary Sandpiper (5/6)
  20. Lesser Yellowlegs (*7/27)
  21. Least Sandpiper (8/19)
  22. Semipalmated Sandpiper (8/19)
  23. American Woodcock (3/19)
  24. Ring-billed Gull (1/7, 12/19(!))
  25. Herring Gull (1/16)
  26. Great Black-backed Gull (1/16)
  27. Rock Pigeon (4/25)
  28. Mourning Dove (1/11)
  29. Yellow-billed Cuckoo (5/6)
  30. Eastern Screech-Owl (7/9, 100 for the year)
  31. Chimney Swift (5/4, 5/6)
  32. Ruby-throated Hummingbird (7/1, 8/8)
  33. Belted Kingfisher (6/15)
  34. Red-bellied Woodpecker (1/6, 1/11)
  35. Downy Woodpecker (1/6, 1/11)
  36. Hairy Woodpecker (1/12)
  37. Northern Flicker (1/11)
  38. Olive-sided Flycatcher (5/20)
  39. Eastern Wood-Pewee (5/13)
  40. Willow Flycatcher (5/28)
  41. Least Flycatcher (5/13)
  42. Eastern Phoebe (3/20)
  43. Great Crested Flycatcher (5/6, 5/15)
  44. Eastern Kingbird (5/13)
  45. Blue-headed Vireo (5/6)
  46. Warbling Vireo (5/13)
  47. Red-eyed Vireo (5/15)
  48. Blue Jay (1/4, 1/11)
  49. American Crow (1/6, 1/16)
  50. Tree Swallow (3/20)
  51. Barn Swallow (7/18, 8/8)
  52. Black-capped Chickadee (1/6, 1/11)
  53. Tufted Titmouse (1/6, 1/11)
  54. White-breasted Nuthatch (1/6, 1/11)
  55. Red-breasted Nuthatch (*7/12)
  56. Brown Creeper (*1/6)
  57. Carolina Wren (1/17)
  58. House Wren (5/13)
  59. Golden-crowned Kinglet (1/14, 1/17)
  60. Ruby-crowned Kinglet (2/19)
  61. Eastern Bluebird (1/17)
  62. Swainson’s Thrush (*5/21)
  63. Hermit Thrush (4/30, 10/31)
  64. Veery (9/6)
  65. Wood Thrush (5/6)
  66. American Robin (1/7, 1/11)
  67. Gray Catbird (5/4, 5/6)
  68. Northern Mockingbird (1/11)
  69. Brown Thrasher (5/3, 5/15)
  70. European Starling (1/16)
  71. Cedar Waxwing (4/4)
  72. American Pipit (10/31)
  73. Blue-winged Warbler (5/6)
  74. Nashville Warbler (10/11)
  75. Northern Parula (5/13)
  76. Yellow Warbler (5/4, 5/6)
  77. Chestnut-sided Warbler (9/6)
  78. Magnolia Warbler (5/13)
  79. Black-throated Blue Warbler (10/31)
  80. Yellow-rumped Warbler (4/20, 4/21)
  81. Black-throated Green Warbler (5/13)
  82. Blackburnian Warbler (5/15)
  83. Pine Warbler (4/1, 4/16)
  84. Palm Warbler (4/10)
  85. Blackpoll Warbler (5/13)
  86. Bay-breasted Warbler (*9/10)
  87. Black-and-white Warbler (5/13)
  88. American Redstart (5/14, 5/15)
  89. Ovenbird (5/15)
  90. Common Yellowthroat (5/13)
  91. Hooded Warbler (5/15)
  92. Wilson’s Warbler (9/6)
  93. Canada Warbler (5/15)
  94. Eastern Towhee (4/25)
  95. American Tree Sparrow (1/11)
  96. Chipping Sparrow (4/13, 4/25)
  97. Field Sparrow (4/4)
  98. Savannah Sparrow (4/25)
  99. Song Sparrow (1/11)
  100. Swamp Sparrow (4/4)
  101. Lincoln’s Sparrow (9/24)
  102. White-throated Sparrow (1/6, 1/16)
  103. White-crowned Sparrow (5/15, 9/24)
  104. Dark-eyed Junco (1/6, 1/11)
  105. Scarlet Tanager (5/6)
  106. Northern Cardinal (1/6, 1/11)
  107. Rose-breasted Grosbeak (5/6)
  108. Indigo Bunting (5/6)
  109. Bobolink (5/15)
  110. Red-winged Blackbird (1/16)
  111. Common Grackle (2/22)
  112. Brown-headed Cowbird (3/20)
  113. Orchard Oriole (5/15)
  114. Baltimore Oriole (5/5, 5/6)
  115. House Finch (1/16)
  116. Purple Finch (10/9)
  117. American Goldfinch (1/16)
  118. House Sparrow (1/7, 1/11)

Mammals (5+):

  1. Gray Squirrel
  2. Red Squirrel
  3. Eastern Chipmunk
  4. Eastern Cottontail
  5. Whitetail Deer
  6. Mole sp
  7. Bat sp

Butterflies (36):

  1. Silver-spotted Skipper (6/4)
  2. Juvenal’s Duskywing (4/23, 5/6)
  3. Wild Indigo Duskywing (*5/26)
  4. Least Skipper (6/4)
  5. European Skipper (6/3, 6/4)
  6. Indian Skipper (*5/26)
  7. Peck’s Skipper (5/26, 5/27)
  8. Northern Broken-Dash (7/11)
  9. Hobomok Skipper (5/6)
  10. Dun Skipper (7/15)
  11. Eastern Tiger Swallowtail (5/6)
  12. Black Swallowtail (5/17)
  13. Spicebush Swallowtail (5/18, 7/9)
  14. Clouded Sulphur (5/6)
  15. Orange Sulphur (7/1, 9/6)
  16. Cabbage White (4/5)
  17. American Copper (5/26, 10/9)
  18. Banded Hairstreak (*6/14)
  19. Striped Hairstreak (*7/18)
  20. Eastern Tailed-Blue (5/15)
  21. Spring Azure (*4/23)
  22. Cherry Gall Azure (5/6)
  23. Monarch (7/15)
  24. Red-spotted Purple (*5/26)
  25. Viceroy (6/4)
  26. Great Spangled Fritillary (7/1, 7/18)
  27. American Lady (5/15)
  28. Painted Lady (6/4)
  29. Red Admiral (5/13)
  30. Mourning Cloak (4/2)
  31. Eastern Comma (4/10)
  32. Question Mark (7/15)
  33. Pearl Crescent (5/15)
  34. Common Ringlet (5/20)
  35. Little Wood Satyr (5/15)
  36. Common Wood-Nymph (7/12, 7/15)

Odes (24+):

  1. Ebony Jewelwing (5/21, 5/27)
  2. Skimming Bluet (6/15)
  3. Eastern Forktail (4/24)
  4. Fragile Forktail (5/13)
  5. Shadow Darner (7/15)
  6. Lance-tipped Darner (7/26)
  7. Common Green Darner (5/24)
  8. (Unicorn) Clubtail (6/15)
  9. Common Baskettail (5/7, 5/15)
  10. Halloween Pennant (7/15)
  11. Eastern Pondhawk (6/14, 7/16)
  12. Slaty Skimmer (6/14, 7/16)
  13. Widow Skimmer (6/21, 7/15)
  14. Twelve-spotted Skimmer (6/4)
  15. Painted Skimmer (6/11)
  16. Common Whitetail (5/6)
  17. Blue Dasher (6/14, 6/15)
  18. Spot-winged Glider (7/1, 7/18)
  19. Wandering Glider (7/18)
  20. Eastern Amberwing (*7/18)
  21. Cherry-faced Meadowhawk (6/4)
  22. Autumn Meadowhawk (7/22, 7/23)
  23. Band-winged Meadowhawk (7/15)
  24. Black Saddlebags (6/15)

Somatochlora sp (7/18)

Misc:

  1. Wood Frog
  2. Spring Peeper
  3. Green Frog
  4. Painted Turtle