CBC WINTER 2005 - 2006
Pueblo Reservoir CBC results -- 118 species

Here are the results of yesterday, December 17, 2005's Pueblo Reservoir Christmas Bird Count.  The total species is currently at 118, with one more possible addition.  Three new birds for the count, were found on count day.  Five other species have been seen during the count week period (Dec 14-20, 2005).
 
(NC) – New to the Count
(CW) – Count Week only
1. Snow Goose
2. Cackling Goose
3. Canada Goose
4. Wood Duck
                Mandarin Duck (feral)
5. Gadwall
6. American Wigeon
7. Mallard
8. Northern Shoveler
9. Northern Pintail
10. Green-winged Teal
11. Canvasback
12. Redhead
13. Ring-necked Duck
14. Greater Scaup – 1
15. Lesser Scaup
16. Surf Scoter – 1 (NC)
17. Bufflehead
18. Common Goldeneye
19. Barrow's Goldeneye – 1
20. Hooded Merganser
21. Common Merganser
22. Red-breasted Merganser
23. Ruddy Duck
24. Wild Turkey
25. Scaled Quail
26. Common Loon – 2
YELLOW-BILLED LOON (CW)
27. Pied-billed Grebe
28. Horned Grebe
29. Eared Grebe
30. Western Grebe
31. Clark 's Grebe – 1
32. Double-crested Cormorant
33. Great Blue Heron
34. Bald Eagle
35. Northern Harrier
36. Sharp-shinned Hawk
37. Cooper's Hawk
38. Northern Goshawk – 1
39. Red-tailed Hawk
40. Ferruginous Hawk
41. Roug! h-legged Hawk
42. Golden Eagle
43. American Kestrel
44. Merlin
45. Prairie Falcon
46. American Coot
47. Killdeer
48. Greater Yellowlegs – 1
49. Spotted Sandpiper – 2 (NC)
50. Dunlin – 1
51. Wilson's Snipe
52. Bonaparte's Gull – 2
53. MEW GULL – 2
54. Ring-billed Gull
55. California Gull
56. Herring Gull
57. Thayer's Gull – 6
58. Lesser Black-backed Gull - 5
59. Glaucous Gull - 1
GLAUCOUS-WINGED type GULL (CW, NC) – could be a hybrid
60. GREAT BLACK-BACKED GULL - 3
61. Rock Pigeon
62. Eurasian Collared-Dove
63. White-winged Dove – 6  
64. Mourning Dove
65. Greater Roadrunner – 1
66. Great Horned Owl
67. Belted Kingfisher
68. YELLOW-BELLIED SAPSUCKER – 3
Ladder-backed Woodpecker (CW)
69. Downy Woodpecker
70. Hairy Woodpecker
71. Northern Flicker
72. Black Phoebe – 1 (NC) 
73. Say's Phoebe – 2
74. Loggerhead Shrike
75. Northern Shrike
76. Blue Jay
77. Western Scrub-Jay
78. Black-billed Magpie
79. American Crow
80. Chihuahuan Raven
81. Common Raven
82. Horned Lark
83. Black-capped Chickadee
84. Juniper Titmouse
85. Bushtit
86. Red-breasted Nuthatch
87. White-breasted Nuthatch
88. Brown Creeper
89. Rock Wren
Canyon Wren (CW)
90. Bewick's Wren
91. Winter Wren – 1
92. Ruby-crowned Kinglet
93. Eastern Bluebird
94. Mountain Bluebird
95. Townsend's Solitaire
96. American Robin
Sage Thrasher (CW)
97. Curve-billed Thrasher
98. European Starling
99. American Pipit
100. Yellow-rumped Warbler
101. Spotted Towhee
102. Canyon Towhee
103. American Tree Sparrow
104. Song Sparrow
105. Lincoln 's Sparrow - 1
106. Swamp Sparrow - 4
107. White-throated Sparrow - 1
108. Harris's Sparrow – 1
109. White-crowned Sparrow
110. Dark-eyed Junco
111. Red-winged Blackbird
112. Western Meadowlark
113. Brewer's Blackbird
114. Cassin's Finch - 1
115. House Finch
116. Pine Siskin
117. American Goldfinch
118. House Sparrow
 


Brandon Percival
Pueblo West, CO