Compiled by the Utah Ornithological Society Bird - Forest Service

Compiled by the Utah Ornithological Society Bird - Forest Service

Bird Checklist Giant Sequoia National Monument Sequoia National Forest Giant Sequoia National Monument contains a great abundance and diversity of bir...

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Bird Checklist Giant Sequoia National Monument Sequoia National Forest Giant Sequoia National Monument contains a great abundance and diversity of bird life. The wide range of elevation, from 2,000 feet to over 10,000 feet, creates a variety of habitats including chaparral, oak woodlands, coniferous forests and alpine. Of special interest are the bird species that nest in old growth forests, like California Spotted Owls, Northern Goshawks and Great Gray Owls. The species list contains 185 bird species known to occur on or near monument and other casual and accidental species. For easy reference the main list is categorized by family. The potential for sighting various birds may vary within a season, and is dependent upon many factors including species size, color, behavior, habitat preference, and relative abundance. The value assigned to each bird on this list represents the highest value generally occurring within that season. Seasons

Habitat

Sp - Spring - March through May S - Summer - June through August F - Fall - September through November W - Winter - December through February

H- hardwood forest C- coniferous forest W- in or near water B- brush or scrub

O- openings or meadows T- above timberline R- riparian areas D- disturbed sites

Relative Abundance a - commonly observed, often in abundance, sighting potential good to excellent c - commonly observed, sighting likelihood good fc- fairly commonly observed, likelihood of sighting fair u - uncommonly observed, sighting generally poor to fair r - rarely observed, possible sightings very poor to poor

Additional Symbols # - Federally threatened or endangered species, ^- California threatened or endangered

United States Department of Agriculture

Forest Service Pacific Southwest Region

Sequoia National Forest

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GREBES ___ Pied-billed Grebe ___ Eared Grebe ___ Western Grebe BITTERNS, HERONS AND EGRETS ___ Great Blue Heron ___ Black-crowned Night-Heron SWANS, GEESE AND DUCKS ___ Wood Duck ___ Green-winged Teal ___ Mallard ___ Northern Pintail ___ American Wigeon ___ Canvasback ___ Ring-necked Duck ___ Greater Scaup ___ Lesser Scaup ___ Common Merganser ___ Ruddy Duck VULTURES ___ Turkey Vulture ___ California Condor # ^ OSPREY, EAGLES AND HAWKS ___ Osprey ___ Bald Eagle # ^ ___ Northern Harrier ___ Sharp-shinned Hawk ___ Cooper's Hawk ___ Northern Goshawk ___ Swainson's Hawk ^ ___ Red-shouldered Hawk ___ Red-tailed Hawk ___ Rough-legged Hawk ___ Golden Eagle FALCONS ___ American Kestrel ___ Merlin ___ Peregrine Falcon ^ ___ Prairie Falcon PHEASANTS, GROUSE, QUAIL ___ Blue Grouse ___ California Quail ___ Mountain Quail ___ Wild Turkey

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RAILS AND COOTS ___ American Coot PLOVERS ___ Killdeer SANDPIPERS, PHALAROPES ___ Spotted Sandpiper GULLS AND TERNS ___ California Gull DOVES, PIGEONS ___ Mourning Dove ___ Band-tailed Pigeon ___ Rock Pigeon BARN OWLS ___ Barn Owl TYPICAL OWLS ___ Flammulated Owl ___ Western Screech-Owl ___ Great Horned Owl ___ Northern Pygmy-Owl ___ Burrowing Owl ___ California Spotted Owl ___ Great Gray Owl ^ ___ Long-eared Owl ___ Northern Saw-whet Owl NIGHTHAWKS, POORWILLS ___ Common Nighthawk ___ Common Poorwill SWIFTS ___ Black Swift ___ Vaux's Swift ___ White-throated Swift HUMMINGBIRDS ___ Black-chinned Hummingbird ___ Anna’s Hummingbird ___ Calliope Hummingbird ___ Rufous Hummingbird ___ Allen’s Hummingbird

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KINGFISHERS ___ Belted Kingfisher WOODPECKERS ___ Lewis' Woodpecker ___ Acorn Woodpecker ___ Williamson's Sapsucker ___ Red-breasted Sapsucker ___ Nuttall’s Woodpecker ___ Downy Woodpecker ___ Hairy Woodpecker ___ White-headed Woodpecker ___ Black-backed Woodpecker ___ Northern Flicker ___ Pileated Woodpecker FLYCATCHERS ___ Olive-sided Flycatcher ___ Western Wood-Pewee ___ Black Phoebe ___ Say's Phoebe ___ Willow Flycatcher ^ ___ Hammond's Flycatcher ___ Dusky Flycatcher ___ Ash-throated Flycatcher ___ Western Kingbird LARKS ___ Horned Lark SWALLOWS AND MARTINS ___ Purple Martin ___ Tree Swallow ___ Violet-green Swallow ___ Northern Rough-winged Swallow ___ Cliff Swallow ___ Barn Swallow JAYS, RAVENS AND CROWS ___ Steller's Jay ___ Scrub Jay ___ Pinyon Jay ___ Clark's Nutcracker ___ American Crow ___ Common Raven CHICKADEES AND TITMICE ___ Mountain Chickadee ___ Oak Titmouse

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KINGLETS, BLUEBIRDS, THRUSHES HABITAT Sp

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___ Golden-crowned Kinglet ___ Ruby-crowned Kinglet ___ Blue-gray Gnatcatcher ___ Western Bluebird ___ Mountain Bluebird ___ Townsend's Solitaire ___ Swainson's Thrush ___ Hermit Thrush ___ American Robin ___ Varied Thrush ___ Wrentit

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___ Bushtit NUTHATCHES ___ Red-breasted Nuthatch ___ White-breasted Nuthatch ___ Pygmy Nuthatch CREEPERS

HABITAT Sp B

___ Rock Wren ___ Canyon Wren ___ Bewick's Wren ___ House Wren ___ Winter Wren DIPPERS ___ American Dipper

THRASHERS ___ Northern Mockingbird ___ California Thrasher PIPITS ___ American pipit WAXWINGS ___ Cedar Waxwing SHRIKES ___ Loggerhead Shrike

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___ Brown Creeper WRENS

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STARLINGS ___ European Starling VIREOS ___ Cassin’s Vireo ___ Hutton’s Vireo ___ Warbling Vireo WARBLERS ___ Orange-crowned Warbler ___ Nashville Warbler ___ Yellow Warbler ___ Yellow-rumped Warbler ___ Black-throated Gray Warbler ___ Townsend Warbler ___ Hermit Warbler ___ MacGillivray's Warbler ___ Wilson's Warbler ___ Yellow-breasted Chat TANAGERS ___ Western Tanager TOWHEES AND SPARROWS ___ Green-tailed Towhee ___ Spotted Towhee ___ California Towhee ___ Rufous-crowned Sparrow ___ Chipping Sparrow ___ Vesper Sparrow ___ Lark Sparrow ___ Sage Sparrow ___ Fox Sparrow ___ Song Sparrow ___ Lincoln's Sparrow ___ Golden-crowned Sparrow ___ White-crowned Sparrow ___ Black-chinned Sparrow ___ Dark-eyed Junco GROSBEAKS AND BUNTINGS ___ Black-headed Grosbeak ___ Lazuli Bunting

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BLACKBIRDS AND ORIOLES

HABITAT Sp

___ Red-winged Blackbird ___ Western Meadowlark ___ Yellow-headed Blackbird ___ Brewer's Blackbird ___ Brown-headed Cowbird ___ Bullock's Oriole ___ Hooded Oriole

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FINCHES, CROSSBILLS AND SISKINS HABITAT Sp

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___ Rosy Finch (Gray-crowned) ___ Purple Finch ___ Cassin's Finch ___ House Finch ___ Red Crossbill ___ Pine Siskin ___ Lesser Goldfinch ___ Lawrence’s Goldfinch ___ Evening Grosbeak

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WEAVER FINCHES ___ House Sparrow

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CASUAL SPECIES - Species that occur irregularly on or near the monument in small numbers not far outside their normal range or migratory route Red Phalarope White-tailed kite Barred Owl Short-eared Owl Black-tailed Gnatcatcher

Phainopepla Summer Tanager Greater Roadrunner Common Yellowthroat Savannah Sparrow

Black-throated Sparrow American Goldfinch Pine Grosbeak White Pelican Great Egret

ACCIDENTAL SPECIES - Species far outside their normal range that have occurred not more than a few times on or near the monument Western Gull Ladder-backed Woodpecker Crissal Thrasher

Red-naped Sapsucker Pacific-slope Flycatcher

For more information, please contact: Hume Lake Ranger District 35860 E. Kings Canyon Road Dunlap, CA 93621 (559) 338-2251

Western Divide Ranger District 32588 Highway 190 Springville, CA 93265 (559) 539-2607 (559) 781-6650 (TDD)

www.fs.fed.us/r5/sequoia This resource is based on the following source: Weisburg, S., B. McCormick and J. Zoloth. 1974. A Check List of the Birds of the Sequoia National Forest, California.

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