2010 Carbon Free Species List. (Click to Open)

2010 CARBON FREE BIG YEAR LIST                                                                                                               Total Bird Species, 235, As of 11/23/2010

LOCATIONS BIRDED

Bolinas Lagoon (BL),  Bolinas Sewage Ponds (BS),  Bolinas Mesa (BM),  Bolinas Bay (BB),  Wildlife Gallery (WG),  Bolinas Downtown (BD), Duxbury Reef (DR), Pine Gulch Creek  (PG), Francisco Mesa (FM), Horseshoe Hill Road (HH), Stinson Beach (SB), Bolinas Ridge (BR), Tocaloma (TO), Platform Bridge Road (PB), Point Reyes Station (PS), Olema Marsh (OM), Pumpkin Patch (PP), Palomarin (PM), Muir Beach (MB), Five Brooks (FB), Highway 1 (Hwy. 1), Sea Drift (SD), Bolinas Beach (BoB), Commonweal (CW)

RUNNING TOTAL:

DATE      NEW SPECIES   TOTAL SPECIES   LOCATIONS

Jan. 1st,      71                           71          WG, BL, BD.

Jan. 2nd,    24                          95          BL, WG, BD, BM, BS

Jan. 3rd,     20                         115         WG, BD, BL

Jan. 4th,       1                          116          BD

Jan. 5th,       9                          125          BD, BM, BS, DR, BL

Jan. 6th,       2                          127          BL

Jan. 7th,       2                          129         DR

Jan. 8th,       1                          130         DB

Jan. 10th,     2                          132         BL

Jan. 11th,      1                          133         DB

Jan. 12th,     3                          136         DB, BS, BM, BB

Jan. 14th,     4                          140        DB, BL

Jan. 15th,     2                          142        DB, BL

Jan. 24th,    1                           143        FM

Jan. 25th,    1                           144        HH

Jan. 29th,    3                          147         BL, SB

Feb. 8th,      1                           148        DB

Feb. 16th,    1                           149         BM

Feb. 18th,    1                           150         BL

Feb. 19th,    1                           151          HH

Mar. 20th,  3                           154         BD

Mar. 23rd,  1                           155          BM

Mar. 27th,   3                          158          BL

Mar. 29th,   1                           159          BS

Apr. 3rd,      2                          161          WG, BL

Apr. 7th,      1                           162         WG

Apr. 8th,     3                           165         DB, BL, SB

Apr. 12th,    1                           166         DR

Apr. 19th,    1                           167         BL

Apr. 21st,     1                          168          BL

Apr. 22nd,  20                        188          BL, BR, TO, PB, PS, OM, SB, BD

Apr. 28th,   1                           189         BS

Apr. 29th,   1                           190         WG

May. 1st,      2                          192         PP, DR

May. 2nd,    1                           193        DR

May. 11th,    1                          194         BM

May. 13th,   2                           196        DR, BD

May. 15th,   1                           197         PG

May. 23rd,  1                           198         BR

May. 25th,   1                          199         PM

May, 29th,   1                          200        BL

Jun.  18th,   1                           201        HH

Jun.  22nd,  1                           202        BL

Jul.   13th,    1                           203        BL

Jul.   16th,    1                           204        MB

Jul.   21st,     1                           205        BM

Jul.   22nd,   1                          206        BL

Jul.   24th,    1                          207         BM

Jul.   26th,    1                          208         WG

Jul.   30th,    1                         209          FB

Aug.  8th,       1                         210         BM

Aug.  10th,     1                         211          WG

Aug.  14th,     2                         213         SD

Aug.  23rd,    1                          214        WG

Aug.  25th,     1                         215         BS

Sep.  5th,       1                         216         PS

Sep.  6th,       1                         217          BM

Sep.  7th,       1                         218         WG

Sep. 9th,       1                          219         PG

Sep. 13th,     1                          220        PG

Sep. 14th,      2                         222         PG

Sep. 16th,     2                          224        PG

Sep. 25th,     1                          225          PG

Sep. 30th,     1                         226           SB

Oct. 1st,         1                         227           PG

Oct. 11th,       1                        228           WG

Oct. 12th,       1                       229            PP

Oct. 20th,      1                       230           BS

Oct. 22nd,     1                        231           BoB

Nov. 6th,       2                       233           PG

Nov. 7th,       1                        234            PG

Nov. 23rd,    1                        235            CW

BIRD SPECIES, DATE & LOCATION FIRST SEEN

Greater White-fronted Goose, 1/3, BL

Snow Goose, 1/5, BS

Brant, 1/1, BL

Cackling Goose, 1/1, BL

Canada Goose, 1/1, BL

Wood Duck, 7/30, FB

Gadwall, 1/1, BL

Eurasian Wigeon, 1/3, BL

American Wigeon, 1/1, BL

Mallard, 1/1, BL

Blue-winged Teal, 1/3, BL

Cinnamon Teal, 2/18, BL

Northern Shoveler, 1/1, BL

Northern Pintail, 1/1, BL

Green-winged Teal, 1/1, BL

Ring-necked Duck, 1/25 HH

Greater Scaup, 1/1, BL

Lesser Scaup, 1/5, BS

Surf Scoter, 1/1, BL

White-winged Scoter, 1/14, BL

Bufflehead, 1/1, BL

Common Goldeneye, 1/3, BL

Hooded Merganser, 1/3, BL

Common Merganser, 1/15, BL

Red-breasted Merganser, 1/1, BL

Ruddy Duck, 1/2, BS

Wild Turkey, 6/18, HH

California Quail, 1/2, BM

Red-throated Loon, 1/2, BB

Pacific Loon, 1/7, DR

Common Loon, 1/1, BL

Pied-billed Grebe, 1/3, BL

Horned Grebe, 1/2, BL

Eared Grebe, 1/2, BB

Western Grebe, 1/3, BL

Clark’s Grebe, 1/1, BL

Northern Fulmar,  10/22, BoB

American White Pelican, 4/22, PS

Brown Pelican, 1/1, BL

Brandt’s Cormorant, 1/5, DR

Double-crested Cormorant, 1/1, BL

Pelagic Cormorant, 1/2, BL

Great Blue Heron, 1/1, BL

Great Egret, 1/1, BL

Snowy Egret, 1/1, BL

Green Heron, 5/15, PG

Black-crowned Night-Heron, 1/2, BS

Turkey Vulture, 1/1, BL

Osprey, 1/3, BL

White-tailed Kite, 1/1, BL

Bald Eagle, 1/15, BL

Northern Harrier, 1/1, BL

Sharp-shinned Hawk, 1/6, BL

Cooper’s Hawk, 2/19, HH

Red-shouldered Hawk, 1/1, BL

Red-tailed Hawk, 1/1, BL

Golden Eagle, 4/22, PB

American Kestrel, 1/2, BS

Merlin, 1/2, BS

Peregrine Falcon, 1/2, BL

Virginia Rail, 1/14, BL

Sora, 4/22, OM

Common Moorhen, 9/5, PS

American Coot, 1/2, BS

Black-bellied Plover, 1/1, BL

Pacific Golden-Plover, 4/3, WG

Semipalmated Plover, 4/28, BS

Killdeer, 1/1, BL

Black Oystercatcher, 1/5, DR

Black-necked Stilt, 5/29, BL

American Avocet, 1/1, BL

Spotted Sandpiper, 1/3, BL

Solitary sandpiper, 4/1, PP

Wandering Tattler, 4/1, DR

Greater Yellowlegs, 1/1, BL

Willet, 1/1, BL

Lesser Yellowlegs, 8/8, BM

Whimbrel, 1/3, BL

Long-billed Curlew, 1/1, BL

Marbled Godwit, 1/2, BL

Ruddy Turnstone, 4/2, DR

Black Turnstone, 1/5, DR

Surfbird, 4/8, SB

Red Knot, 7/22, BL

Sanderling, 1/1, BL

Western Sandpiper, 1/12, BL

Least Sandpiper, 1/1, BL

Baird’s Sandpiper, 8/14, SD

Pectoral Sandpiper, 7/21, BM

Dunlin, 1/1, BL

Short-billed Dowiticher, 4/3, BL

Long-billed Dowiticher, 1/3, BL

Wilson’s Snipe, 1/5, BL

Wilson’s Phalarope, 7/24, BM

Red-necked Phalarope, 8/25, BS

Bonapart’s Gull, 4/21, BL

Heerman’s Gull, 6/22, BL

Mew Gull, 1/1, BL

Ring-billed Gull, 1/1, BL

Western Gull, 1/1, BL

California Gull, 1/3, BL

Herring Gull, 1/3, BL

Thayer’s Gull, 1/12, BL

Glacous-winged Gull, 1/1, BL

Caspian Tern, 3/27, BL

Common Tern, 9/14, PG

Forster’s Tern, 1/2, BL

Elegant Tern, 4/19, BL

Black Skimmer, 7/13, BL

Parasitic Jaeger, 8/14, SD

Common Murre, 1/7, DR

Pigeon Guillimot, 4/12, DR

Marbled Murrelet, 5/13, DR

Rock Pigeon, 4/22, PS

Band-tailed Pigeon, 1/29, BL

Eurasian Collared-Dove, 2/16, BM

Mourning Dove, 1/2, BM

Barn Owl, 1/8, BD

Great Horned Owl, 4/22, BL

Burrowing Owl, 11/23, CW

Northern Saw-whet Owl, 4/22, BL

Vaux’s Swift, 4/29, WG

White-throated Swift, 1/29, SB

Ruby-throated Hummingbird, 8/10, WG

Black-chinned Hummingbird, 9/7, WG

Anna’s Hummingbird, 1/1, WG

Rufous Hummingbird, 7/26, WG

Allen’s Hummingbird, 2/8, DB

Belted Kingfisher, 1/1, BL

Acorn Woodpecker, 1/1, BL

Yellow-bellied Sapsucker, 1/3, BL

Red-breasted Sapsucker, 1/3, BL

Nuttall’s Woodpecker, 1/6, BL

Downy Woodpecker, 1/1, BL

Hairy Woodpecker, 1/2, BL

Northen Flicker, 1/1, BL

Pileated Woodpecker, 4/22, BR

Olive-sided Flycatcher, 4/22, BR

Western Wood-Pewee, 4/22, TO

Willow Flycatcher, 9/16, PG

Pacific-slope Flycatcher, 4/8, BM

Black Phoebe, 1/1, BL

Eastern Phoebe, 1/24, FM

Say’s Phoebe, 1/2, BS

Ash-throated Flycatcher, 4/22, BR

Western Kingbird, 9/13, PG

Loggerhead Shrike, 1/2, BS

White-eyed Vireo, 7/16, MB

Cassin’s Vireo, 5/23, BR

Hutton’s Vireo, 1/1, BS

Warbling Vireo, 3/27, PG

Philadelphia Vireo, 9/30, SB

Steller’s Jay, 1/2, BM

Western Scrub-Jay, 1/1, BD

American Crow, 1/1, BL

Common Raven, 1/1, BL

Purple Martin, 5/13, BD

Tree Swallow, 1/3, BL

Violet-green Swallow, 3/23, BM

Northern Rough-winged Swallow, 3/29, BS

Cliff Swallow, 3/20, BL

Barn Swallow, 3/20, BL

Chestnut-backed Chickadee, 1/1, BL

Oak Titmouse, 4/22, PB

Bushtit, 1/3, BL

Red-breasted Nuthatch, 4/22, BR

Pygmy Nuthatch, 1/2, BM

Brown Creeper, 1/14, BL

Bewick’s Wren, 1/1, BD

House Wren, 1/29 SB

Winter Wren, 1/10, PG

Marsh Wren, 1/1, BL

Golden-crowned Kinglet, 1/5, BM

Ruby-crowned Kinglet, 1/1, BL

Blue-gray Gnatcatcher, 9/6, BM

Western Bluebird, 1/4, BD

Swainson’s Thrush, 4/22, HH

Hermit Thrush, 1/1, BD

American Robin, 1/1, BD

Varied Thrush, 1/3, BD

Wrentit, 1/1, BL

Northern Mockingbird, 1/2, BM

European Starling, 1/1, BD

Red-throated Pipit, 11/6, PG

American Pipit, 1/14, BL

Cedar Waxwing, 1/11, BD

Tennessee Warbler, 9/14, PG

Orange-crowned Warbler, 1/2, BM

Nashville Warbler, 10/1, PG

Yellow Warbler, 4/22, PB

Chestnut-sided Warbler, 9/16, PG

Yellow-rumped Warbler, 1/1, BL

Black-throated Gray Warbler, 9/25, PG

Townsend’s Warbler, 1/2, BM

Hermit Warbler, 4/22, BR

Palm Warbler, 10/20, BS

Northern Waterthrush, 8/23, WG

Oporonis Warbler, (Species), 10/11, WG

Common Yellowthroat, 1/1, BL

Hooded Warbler, 5/11, BM

Wilson’s Warbler, 3/27, PG

Canada Warbler, 9/10, PG

Western Tanager, 4/22, BR

Spotted Towhee, 1/3, BD

California Towhee, 1/1, WG

Chipping Sparrow, 4/22, BR

Clay-colored Sparrow, 11/7, PG

Lark Sparrow, 4/22, BR

Savannah Sparrow, 1/1, BL

Fox Sparrow, 1/1, WG

Song Sparrow, 1/1, WG

Lincoln’s Sparrow, 1/5 BM

Swamp Sparrow, 1/10 (PG)

White-throated Sparrow, 1/1, WG

White-crowned Sparrow, 1/1, WG

Golden-crowned Sparrow, 1/1, WG

Dark-eyed Junco, 1/1, WG

Lapland Longspur, 11/6, PG

Black-headed Grosbeak, 4/8, BL

Lazuli Bunting, 5/25, PM

Bobolink, 10/12, PP

Red-winged Blackbird, 1/1, BL

Tricolored Blackbird, 1/12, BM

Western Meadowlark, 1/1, BS

Brewer’s Blackbird, 1/1, BS

Brown-headed Cowbird, 4/7, WG

Hooded Oriole, 3/20  , DB

Bullock’s Oriole, 4/22, PB

Purple Finch, 1/2, BM

House Finch, 1/1, BL

Red Crossbill, 4/22, BR

Pine Siskin, 1/3, BL

Lesser Goldfinch, 1/5, BM

American Goldfinch, 1/2, BD

House Sparrow, 1/1, BD

Total Bird Species to date; 235 as of,  11/23/10

MAMMALS SPECIES DATE & LOCATION FIRST SEEN

Harbor Seal, 1/1, BL

Coyote, 1/14, BL

Gray Squirrel, 1/14, BL

Brush Rabbit, 1/15, PG

Gray Fox, 1/15, PG

Sonoma Chimpmonk, 1/17, BL

Mule Deer, 1/24, FM

Mexican Free-tailed Bat, 1/28, WG

Little Brown Bat, 1/30, WG

Raccoon, 2/24, DB

Elephant Seal, 3/29, BB

Harbor Porpoise, 4/19, BB

Broad-footed Mole, 5/15, BD, (Road Kill)

California Sea Lion, 5/15, DR, BL

Humpback Whale, 5/19, DR

Minke Whale, 5/19, DR

Bobcat, 5/25, PM

Black-tailed Hare, 6/20, BM

Sea Otter, 6/30, DR

Gray Whale, 6/30, DR

Muskrat, 7/30, FB

Striped Skunk, 7/30, Hwy. 1

Norway Rat, 9/11, WG

Saltmarsh Harvest Mouse, 11/5, PG


Total Mammal Species to date; 24 as of 11/23/10

4 thoughts on “2010 Carbon Free Species List. (Click to Open)

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  3. I now know where to go to add 47 lifebirds! Just counted through your list and think Bolinas must be heaven!

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