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Oregon Birds:    My Oregon birds "lifelist".

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Birds seen or photographed in Oregon:
  1.   Acorn Woodpecker ...
  2.   American Avocet ... (s/p: 2013)
  3.   American Bittern ...
  4.   American Coot ...
  5.   American Crow ...
  6.   American Dipper ...
  7.   American Goldfinch ...
  8.   American Kestrel ...
  9.   American Pipit ...
  10.   American Robin ...
  11.   American Tree Sparrow ...
  12.   American White Pelican ...
  13.   American Wigeon ...
  14.   Anna's Hummingbird ...
  15.   Arctic Loon ...
  16.   Arctic Tern ...
  17.   Ash-throated Flycatcher ... (s/p: 2013)
  18. Baird's Sandpiper ... (s: 2014)
  19.   Bald Eagle ...
  20.   Band-tailed Pigeon ...
  21.   Bank Swallow ...
  22.   Barn Swallow ...
  23.   Barrow's Goldeneye ...
  24.   Belted Kingfisher ...
  25.   Bewick's Wren ...
  26.   Black Oystercatcher ...
  27.   Black Phoebe ...
  28.   Black Scoter ...
  29.   Black Turnstone ...
  30.   Black-and-white Warbler ... (s/p: 2015)
  31.   Black-bellied Plover ...
  32. Black-billed Magpie ... (s: 2013)
  33.   Black-capped Chickadee ...
  34.   Black-crowned Night-Heron ...
  35.   Black-headed Grosbeak ...
  36.   Black-necked Stilt ... (s/p: 2014)
  37.   Black-throated Blue Warbler ... (s/p: 2017)
  38.   Black-throated Gray Warbler ...
  39.   Black-throated Sparrow ...
  40.   Blue Grosbeak ... (s/p: 2015)
  41.   Blue-winged Teal ...
  42.   Bonaparte's Gull ...
  43.   Brambling ...
  44.   Brandt's Cormorant ...
  45.   Brant ...
  46.   Brewer's Blackbird ...
  47.   Brewer's Sparrow ...
  48.   Brown Creeper ...
  49.   Brown Pelican ...
  50.   Brown-headed Cowbird ...
  51.   Bufflehead ...
  52.   Bullock's Oriole ...
  53.   Bushtit ...
  54.   Cackling Goose ...
  55.   California Gull ...
  56.   California Quail ...
  57.   Canada Goose ...
  58.   Canvasback ...
  59.   Canyon Wren ... (h: 2014, s/p: 2015)
  60.   Caspian Tern ...
  61.   Cassin's Finch ...
  62.   Cassin's Vireo ... (s/p: 2013)
  63.   Cattle Egret ...
  64.   Cedar Waxwing ...
  65.   Chestnut-backed Chickadee ... (s/p: 2013)
  66.   Chipping Sparrow ...
  67.   Cinnamon Teal ... (p: 2013)
  68.   Clark's Grebe ...
  69.   Clark's Nutcracker ...
  70.   Clay-colored Sparrow ...
  71.   Cliff Swallow ...
  72.   Common Goldeneye ...
  73.   Common Loon ...
  74.   Common Merganser ...
  75.   Common Murre ...
  76.   Common Raven ...
  77.   Common Tern ... (s/p: 2014)
  78.   Common Yellowthroat ...
  79.   Cooper's Hawk ...
  80.   Dark-eyed Junco ... ("Cassiars", "Oregon", and "Slate")
  81.   Double-crested Cormorant ...
  82.   Downy Woodpecker ...
  83.   Dunlin ...
  84.   Dusky Flycatcher ...
  85.   Eared Grebe ...
  86.   Eastern Kingbird ...
  87.   Elegant Tern ... (s/p: 2013)
  88.   Emperor Goose ...
  89.   Eurasian Collared-Dove ...
  90.   Eurasian Wigeon ...
  91.   European Starling ...
  92.   Ferruginous Hawk ... (s/p: 2013)
  93.   Fox Sparrow ...
  94.   Franklin's Gull ...
  95.   Gadwall ...
  96.   Glaucous Gull ...
  97.   Glaucous-winged Gull ...
  98.   Golden Eagle ...
  99.   Golden-crowned Kinglet ...
  100.   Golden-crowned Sparrow ...
  101.   Gray Flycatcher ...
  102.   Gray Jay ...
  103.   Gray Partridge ... (s/p: 2013)
  104.   Gray-crowned Rosy-finch ...
  105.   Great Blue Heron ...
  106.   Great Egret ...
  107.   Great Horned Owl ...
  108.   Greater Scaup ...
  109.   Greater White-fronted Goose ...
  110.   Greater Yellowlegs ...
  111.   Green Heron ...
  112.   Green-winged Teal ... AND Eurasian Common Teal ...
  113.   Hairy Woodpecker ...
  114.   Hammond's Flycatcher ...
  115.   Harlequin Duck ...
  116.   Harris's Sparrow ...
  117.   Heermann's Gull ...
  118.   Hermit Thrush ...
  119.   Hermit Warbler ... (h/s: 2013, h/s/p: 2014)
  120.   Herring Gull ...
  121.   Hooded Merganser ...
  122.   Hooded Oriole ...
  123.   Horned Grebe ...
  124.   Horned Lark ...
  125.   House Finch ...
  126.   House Sparrow (including leucistic) ...
  127.   House Wren ... (s/p: 2015)
  128.   Hudsonian Godwit ... (s/p: 2015)
  129.   Indigo Bunting ...
  130.   Killdeer ...
  131.   Lapland Longspur ...
  132.   Lazuli Bunting ...
  133.   Least Sandpiper ...
  134.   Lesser Goldfinch ...
  135.   Lesser Scaup ...
  136.   Lesser Yellowlegs ... (s/p: 2013)
  137.   Lewis's Woodpecker ...
  138.   Lincoln's Sparrow ...
  139.   Loggerhead Shrike ...
  140.   Long-billed Curlew ...
  141.   Long-billed Dowitcher ...
  142.   Long-tailed Duck ...
  143.   Mallard ...
  144.   Marbled Godwit ...
  145.   Marsh Wren ... (p: 2013)
  146.   Mew Gull ...
  147.   Mountain Bluebird ...
  148.   Mourning Dove ...
  149.   Nashville Warbler ...
  150.   Northern Flicker ...
  151.   Northern Harrier ...
  152.   Northern Mockingbird ...
  153.   Northern Pintail ...
  154.   Northern Rough-winged Swallow ... (s/p: 2013)
  155.   Northern Shoveler ...
  156. Northern Shrike ... (s: 2012)
  157.   Olive-sided Flycatcher ...
  158.   Orange-crowned Warbler ...
  159.   Osprey ...
  160.   Ovenbird ... (s/p: 2013)
  161.   Pacific Golden-Plover ... (s/p: 2015)
  162.   Pacific Loon ...
  163.   Pacific Wren ... (s/p: 2015)
  164.   Pacific-slope Flycatcher ...
  165.   Pectoral Sandpiper ...
  166.   Palm Warbler ... (s/p: 2013)
  167.   Pelagic Cormorant ...
  168.   Peregrine Falcon ...
  169.   Pied-billed Grebe ...
  170.   Pigeon Guillemot ...
  171.   Pileated Woodpecker ... (p: 2013)
  172.   Pine Siskin ...
  173.   Prairie Falcon ...
  174.   Purple Finch ...
  175.   Purple Martin ... (s/p: 2013)
  176.   Red Crossbill ...
  177.   Red Phalarope ...
  178.   Redhead ...
  179.   Red-breasted Merganser ...
  180.   Red-breasted Nuthatch ...
  181.   Red-breasted Sapsucker ...
  182.   Red-eyed Vireo ... (s/p: 2013)
  183.   Red-necked Grebe ...
  184.   Red-necked Phalarolpe ... (s/p: 2013)
  185.   Red-shouldered Hawk ... (s/p: 2014)
  186.   Red-tailed Hawk ...
  187.   Red-throated Loon ...
  188.   Red-winged Blackbird ...
  189.   Ring-billed Gull ...
  190.   Ring-necked Duck ...
  191. Ring-necked Pheasant ... (h: 2015)
  192.   Rock Pigeon ...
  193.   Rock Wren ...
  194.   Ross's Goose ... (s/p: 2016)
  195.   Rough-legged Hawk ...
  196.   Ruby-crowned Kinglet ...
  197.   Ruddy Duck ...
  198.   Ruddy Turnstone ... (s/p: 2014)
  199.   Rufous Hummingbird ... (s/p: 2013)
  200.   Rusty Blackbird ... (s/p: 2013)
  201.   Sanderling ...
  202.   Sabine's Gull ... (s/p: 2014)
  203.   Sandhill Crane ...
  204.   Savannah Sparrow ...
  205.   Say's Phoebe ...
  206.   Semipalmated Plover ...
  207.   Semipalmated Sandpiper ... (s/p: 2015)
  208.   Sharp-shinned Hawk ...
  209.   Short-billed Dowitcher ...
  210.   Short-eared Owl ...
  211.   Slaty-backed Gull ...
  212.   Snow Bunting ...
  213.   Snow Geese ...
  214.   Snowy Egret ... (s/p: 2014)
  215.   Snowy Owl ...
  216.   Song Sparrow ...
  217. Sora ... (h: 2014)
  218.   Spotted Sandpiper ...
  219.   Spotted Towhee ...
  220.   Steller's Jay ...
  221.   Stilt Sandpiper ...
  222.   Surf Scoter ...
  223.   Surfbird ...
  224.   Swainson's Hawk ... (s/p: 2013)
  225.   Swainson's Thrush ...
  226.   Swamp Sparrow ... (s/p: 2013)
  227.   Thayer's Gull ...
  228.   Townsend's Solitaire ...
  229.   Townsend's Warbler ...
  230.   Tree Swallow ...
  231.   Tri-colored Blackbird ... (s/p: 2013)
  232.   Trumpeter Swan ... (s/p: 2014)
  233.   Tufted Duck ...
  234.   Tufted Puffin ...
  235.   Tundra Bean-Goose ... (s/p: 2014)
  236.   Tundra Swan ...
  237.   Turkey Vulture ...
  238.   Varied Thrush ...
  239.   Vaux's Swift ...
  240.   Vermilion Flycatcher ...
  241.   Violet-green Swallow ...
  242.   Virginia Rail ...
  243.   Warbling Vireo ...
  244.   Western Bluebird ...
  245.   Western Grebe ...
  246.   Western Gull ...
  247.   Western Kingbird ...
  248.   Western Meadowlark ...
  249.   Western Sandpiper ...
  250.   Western Screech-Owl ...
  251.   Western Scrub-Jay ...
  252.   Western Tanager ...
  253.   Western Wood-Pewee ...
  254.   Whimbrel ...
  255.   White-breasted Nuthatch ...
  256.   White-crowned Sparrow ...
  257.   White-throated Sparrow ...
  258.   White-winged Scoter ...
  259.   Wild Turkey ... (s/p: 2013)
  260.   Willow Flycatcher ...
  261.   Wilson's Phalarope ... (s/p: 2014)
  262.   Wilson's Snipe ...
  263.   Wilson's Warbler ...
  264.   Wrentit ...
  265.   Wood Duck ...
  266.   Yellow Warbler ...
  267.   Yellow-bellied Sapsucker ... (s/p: 2014)
  268.   Yellow-breasted Chat ...
  269.   Yellow-headed Blackbird ...
  270.   Yellow-rumped Warbler ...
  271.   Yellow-throated Warbler ... (s/p: 2014)

Some favorite Oregon locations:
  • Ankeny NWR is located north of Corvallis and south of Salem. This Refuge was created for the Dusky Canada Geese.
  • Baskett Slough NWR is located ten miles west of Salem, Oregon. This Refuge was created for the Dusky Canada Geese.
  • Broughton Beach is located along the Columbia River near the Portland International Airport.
  • Chinook Landing is a small park located along the Columbia River just west of Troutdale.
  • Columbia River, Oregon side (Marine Drive east), Broughton Beach, Hayden Island, and the Columbia River near PDX, Portland, Oregon. Birds photographed along the Oregon side of the Columbia River from the I-5 bridge to just east of the I-205 bridge.
  • Dawson Creek Complex is located in Hillsboro.
  • Eagle Creek Overlook is a spot at the mouth of Eagle Creek, which overlooks waters behind the Bonneville Dam. You never know what you'll see when you stop there and look over the waters.
  • Fernhill Wetlands is located in Forest Grove.
  • Force Lake is a small lake nestled between Portland's Expo Center and the Huron Lakes Golf Course.
  • Hammond Boat Basin is located on the eastern edge of the Clatsop Spit and is a fun place to stop.
  • Hayden Island (Columbia Point) is located along the Columbia River east of the Interstate Bridge and west of the Portland International Airport.
  • Mount Hood, Timberline Lodge and nearby areas.
  • Mount Tabor, is a small cinder cone rising east of Portland ... a WONDERFUL spot for Warblers and Flycatchers in the spring.
  • North Portland Lakes, Smith and Bybee, Force and Heron Lakes, and the Vanport Wetlands, the birds on this page were seen on an area of lakes and wetlands in the North Portland area, west of Interstate 5 and bordered by the Columbia River to the north and the Columbia Slough to the south.
  • Prescott and Prescott Beach is a small area in Columbia County with marsh, pond, and Columbia River birds.
  • The Sandy River Delta is also called "1000 Acres Park", and is a large off-leash dog park north of Interstate 84 and east of Portland, with meadows, wetlands, and woods. We dont go often, but there is always something to see when we do.
  • Sauvie Island is a 17-mile long island located in the Columbia River.
  • Scappoose Bottoms is on the Oregon side of Sauvie Island, separated from Sauvie by the Multnomah Channel.
  • Seaside Cove is a nice little cove with both sandy and rocky beaches. A nice place for Turnstones.
  • Smith and Bybee Lakes are located in northwestern Portland and make for a nice morning or afternoon jaunt.
  • Troutdale, east of Portland, is a nice resting spot before migrants continue east up the Gorge.
  • The Tualatin River NWR is located just south of Portland.
  • Westmoreland Park is a small park in southwest Portland near the Willamette River.
  • Whitaker Ponds are two small ponds bordering the Columbia Slough and are located east of the city and just south of Portland International Airport.
  • Wireless Road is located in Astoria, is a nice little road west of Astoria and east of the Clatsop Spit, where an odd assortment of birds show up.


Counties:

Years:
  • 2012 ... by December 31st, 225 species were seen and 221 species were photographed ... 4 species were seen but not photographed ...

  • 2013 ... by December 31st, 247 species were seen and 244 species were photographed ... 22 new species were seen and 23 new birds photographed.

  • 2014 ... by December 31st, 261 species were seen and 256 species were photographed. Fourteen new birds seen this year and 12 new birds photographed.

  • 2015 ... by December 31st, 269 species were seen and 264 species were photographed. Eight new birds were seen or heard this year and 8 new birds were photographed.

  • 2016 ... by December 31st, 270 species were seen and 265 species were photographed. One new bird seen and one new bird photographed.

  • 2017 ... One new bird seen and one new bird photographed.

  • Five species remain seen or heard but not photographed.
    1. Baird's Sandpiper ... (seen in 2014)
    2. Black-billed Magpie ... (seen in 2013)
    3. Northern Shrike (seen in 2012)
    4. Ring-necked Pheasant ... (heard in 2015)
    5. Sora ... (heard in 2014)


 



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