Species A B C D E F. Michigan Bird Survey - Autumn 2016 Earliest Arrival (Date, Location, Number) Maximum Count (Date, Location, Number)

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1 Greater White-fronted Goose (List all; D: Aug-Sep) Snow Goose (D: Aug) Michigan Bird Survey - Autumn 2016 Ross's Goose (D: all records) Cackling Goose Canada Goose Mute Swan Trumpeter Swan (List all) Tundra Swan Wood Duck Gadwall American Wigeon American Black Duck Mallard Blue-winged Teal Northern Shoveler Northern Pintail Green-winged Teal Canvasback Redhead Ring-necked Duck Greater Scaup 1

2 Lesser Scaup Harlequin Duck (List all; D: Aug) Surf Scoter White-winged Scoter Black Scoter (D: Aug) Long-tailed Duck (D: Aug) Bufflehead Common Goldeneye Hooded Merganser Common Merganser Red-breasted Merganser Ruddy Duck Northern Bobwhite Ring-necked Pheasant Ruffed Grouse Spruce Grouse (List all; D: LP) Sharp-tailed Grouse (List all; D: LP) Wild Turkey Red-throated Loon Pacific Loon (D: All records) Common Loon 2

3 Pied-billed Grebe Horned Grebe Red-necked Grebe Eared Grebe Double-crested Cormorant American White Pelican (List all) American Bittern Least Bittern (D: after 31 Aug) Great Blue Heron Great Egret Snowy Egret (List all; D: after 30 Sep) Cattle Egret (List all) Green Heron (D: after 31 Oct) Black-crowned Night-Heron Black Vulture (D: all) Turkey Vulture Osprey Bald Eagle Northern Harrier Sharp-shinned Hawk Cooper's Hawk 3

4 Northern Goshawk (List away from LEMP) Red-shouldered Hawk Michigan Bird Survey - Autumn 2016 Broad-winged Hawk (D: after 1 Nov) Swainson's Hawk (List all; D: Aug and Nov and all away from LEMP Red-tailed Hawk Rough-legged Hawk Golden Eagle (List all, D: Aug) Yellow Rail (D: all records) Virginia Rail Sora (D: Nov) Common Gallinule (D: after 30 Sep) American Coot Sandhill Crane Black-bellied Plover American Golden-Plover Semipalmated Plover Piping Plover (List all, details on legbands if possible) Killdeer American Avocet (List all) Spotted Sandpiper (D: after 31 Oct) Solitary Sandpiper (D: after 31 Oct) 4

5 Greater Yellowlegs Willet (List all, D: after 31 Oct) Lesser Yellowlegs Upland Sandpiper (D: after 30 Sep) Whimbrel (List all, D: after 30 Sep) Hudsonian Godwit (List all; D: after 31 Oct) Marbled Godwit (List all; D: after 31 Oct) Ruddy Turnstone Red Knot (D: after 31 Oct) Sanderling Semipalmated Sandpiper (D: after 31 Oct) Least Sandpiper White-rumped Sandpiper Baird's Sandpiper Pectoral Sandpiper Purple Sandpiper (List all; D: Aug-Sep) Dunlin Stilt Sandpiper (D: after 31 Oct) Buff-breasted Sandpiper (D: after 30 Sep) Short-billed Dowitcher (D: after 31 Oct) Long-billed Dowitcher (D: all records) 5

6 Wilson's Snipe American Woodcock Wilson's Phalarope (List all; D: after 30 Sep) Red-necked Phalarope (List all; D: after 30 Sep) Parasitic Jaeger (D: all records) Black-legged Kittiwake (D: list all) Sabine's Gull (List all) Bonaparte's Gull Little Gull (List all) Laughing Gull (D: all records) Franklin's Gull (List all) Ring-billed Gull Herring Gull Thayer's Gull (Document all) Iceland Gull (Document all) Lesser Black-backed Gull (List all; D: 1st year birds) Glaucous Gull Great Black-backed Gull Caspian Tern Black Tern (D: after 30 Sep) Common Tern 6

7 Forster's Tern Rock Pigeon Eurasian Collared-Dove (D: all) Mourning Dove Yellow-billed Cuckoo (List all after 30 Sep; D: Oct-Nov) Black-billed Cuckoo (List all after 30 Sep; D: Oct-Nov) Eastern Screech-Owl (D: UP) Great Horned Owl Snowy Owl (D: Aug-Sep) Northern Hawk Owl (List all; D:Aug-Sep and all SLP) Barred Owl Great Gray Owl (List all, D: Aug-Sep and all in LP) Long-eared Owl Short-eared Owl Boreal Owl (List all, D: Aug and Nov) Northern Saw-whet Owl Common Nighthawk (D: after 31 Oct) Eastern Whip-poor-will (D: after 30 Sep) Chimney Swift (D: Nov records) Ruby-throated Hummingbird (D: after 20 Oct) Rufous Hummingbird (D: ALL RECORDS) 7

8 Belted Kingfisher Red-headed Woodpecker Red-bellied Woodpecker Yellow-bellied Sapsucker Downy Woodpecker Hairy Woodpecker Black-backed Woodpecker (List all; D: LP) Northern Flicker Pileated Woodpecker American Kestrel Merlin Gyrfalcon (D: all records) Peregrine Falcon Olive-sided Flycatcher (D: after 30 Sep) Eastern Wood-Pewee (D: after 31 Oct) Yellow-bellied Flycatcher (D: after 30 Sep) Acadian Flycatcher (D: all UP and and LP after 30 Sep) Alder Flycatcher (D: after 30 Sep and all non-breeding calls) Willow Flycatcher (D: after 30 Sep and non-calling birds) Least Flycatcher (D: after 31 Oct) Eastern Phoebe 8

9 Great Crested Flycatcher (D: after 31 Oct) Western Kingbird (D: all records) Michigan Bird Survey - Autumn 2016 Eastern Kingbird (D: after 30 Sep) Scissor-tailed Flycatcher (D: all) Northern Shrike (D: Aug-Sep) White-eyed Vireo (D: after 31 Oct) Yellow-throated Vireo (D: after 30 Sep) Blue-headed Vireo (D: List all after 31 Oct) Warbling Vireo (D: after 31 Oct) Philadelphia Vireo (D: after 31 Oct) Red-eyed Vireo (D: after 31 Oct) Gray Jay (D: LP) Blue Jay American Crow Common Raven (D: SLP) Horned Lark Purple Martin (D: after 30 Sep) Tree Swallow Northern Rough-winged Swallow (D: after 30 Sep) Bank Swallow (D: after 30 Sep) Cliff Swallow (D: after 30 Sep) 9

10 Barn Swallow Black-capped Chickadee Boreal Chickadee (D: LP) Tufted Titmouse (D: UP) Red-breasted Nuthatch White-breasted Nuthatch Brown Creeper Carolina Wren (List all NLP; D: UP) House Wren (D: after 31 Oct) Winter Wren Sedge Wren (D: after 31 Oct) Marsh Wren Blue-gray Gnatcatcher Golden-crowned Kinglet Ruby-crowned Kinglet Eastern Bluebird (D: Nov in UP) Townsend's Solitaire (D: LP) Veery (D: after 31 Oct) Gray-cheeked Thrush (D: after 31 Oct) Swainson's Thrush (D: after 31 Oct) Hermit Thrush 10

11 Wood Thrush (D: after 31 Oct) American Robin Michigan Bird Survey - Autumn 2016 Varied Thrush (D: List all; D: Aug and Sep) Gray Catbird Northern Mockingbird (List all) Brown Thrasher European Starling American Pipit Bohemian Waxwing (D: all Aug records) Cedar Waxwing Lapland Longspur (D: Aug) Snow Bunting (D: Aug; list all Sep) Ovenbird Worm-eating Warbler (D: all records) Louisiana Waterthrush (D: after 30 Sep) Northern Waterthrush Golden-winged Warbler (D: after 30 Sep) Blue-winged Warbler (D: all UP; LP after 30 Sep) Black-and-white Warbler (D: after 31 Oct) Prothonotary Warbler (D: after 30 Sep in LP & all UP records) Tennessee Warbler (D: after 31 Oct) 11

12 Orange-crowned Warbler (D: Aug) Nashville Warbler (D: after 31 Oct) Michigan Bird Survey - Autumn 2016 Connecticut Warbler (D: list all: D: after 30 Sep) Mourning Warbler (D: after 30 Sep) Kentucky Warbler (D: all records) Common Yellowthroat Hooded Warbler (D: after 30 Sep) American Redstart (D: after 31 Oct) Kirtland's Warbler (List all; D: non-breeding areas) Cape May Warbler (D: after 31 Oct) Cerulean Warbler (D: after 30 Sep; and all in the UP, NLP) Northern Parula (D: after 31 Oct) Magnolia Warbler (D: after 31 Oct) Bay-breasted Warbler (D: after 31 Oct) Blackburnian Warbler (D: after 31 Oct) Yellow Warbler (D: after 20 Sep) Chestnut-sided Warbler (D: after 31 Oct) Blackpoll Warbler (List all after 31 Oct) Black-throated Blue Warbler Palm Warbler Pine Warbler 12

13 Yellow-rumped Warbler Yellow-throated Warbler (D: all UP, NLP; after 30 Sep in SLP) Prairie Warbler (D: List all; D: after 30 Sep) Black-throated Green Warbler (D: after 31 Oct) Canada Warbler (D: after 31 Oct) Wilson's Warbler (D: after 31 Oct) Yellow-breasted Chat (D: all records) Eastern Towhee Spotted Towhee (D: all) American Tree Sparrow (D: Aug) Chipping Sparrow (List all Nov records) Clay-colored Sparrow (D: after 31 Oct) Field Sparrow Vesper Sparrow Lark Sparrow (D: all records) Savannah Sparrow Grasshopper Sparrow (D: after 31 Aug) Henslow's Sparrow (D: after 31 Aug) LeConte's Sparrow (D: List all; D after 31 Oct) Fox Sparrow (D: Aug) Song Sparrow 13

14 Lincoln's Sparrow Swamp Sparrow White-throated Sparrow Harris's Sparrow (List all; D: Aug) White-crowned Sparrow Dark-eyed Junco Summer Tanager (D: all records) Scarlet Tanager (D: Nov) Northern Cardinal Rose-breasted Grosbeak (D: after 31 Oct) Indigo Bunting (D: after 31 Oct) Painted Bunting (D: all) Dickcissel (D: after 31 Aug) Bobolink (D: after 31 Aug) Red-winged Blackbird Eastern Meadowlark Western Meadowlark (D: after 31 Aug) Yellow-headed Blackbird (D: after 30 Sep) Rusty Blackbird (D: Aug) Brewer's Blackbird (List all; details helpful in SLP) Common Grackle 14

15 Brown-headed Cowbird Orchard Oriole (D: after 31 Aug) Baltimore Oriole (D: after 10 Oct) Pine Grosbeak (D: Aug-Sep) Purple Finch House Finch Red Crossbill White-winged Crossbill Common Redpoll (D: Aug) Hoary Redpoll (D: all records) Pine Siskin American Goldfinch Evening Grosbeak House Sparrow 15

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