The checklist includes 261 species known to breed in Ontario, more than half … Black Swift (2008) Ontario has a considerable variety of bird species. Thick-billed Kingbird (2013) Saskatchewan Bird Checklist. and its 42nd - 58th (July 2017) supplements. The most recent additions are: White Wagtail (2017) distinguish it from the southwest population now renamed Mexican Whip‐poor‐will (2010). Greater White-fronted Goose ! Check-list of North American Birds, 7th Edition, … Eastern Ontario Birding Checklist version by Eastern Ontario Birding; Success! This list of birds of Ontario includes all the bird species recorded in the Canadian province of Ontario as determined by the Ontario Bird Records Committee (OBRC). Allowed occurrence status values: present, common, uncommon, irregular, doubtful, absent As of July 2020 there were 501 species on this list, 291 of which are known to breed in the province. L – Species recorded in the Lowlands Review Zone; (L) indicates the OBRC requests documentation when the species is recorded in the region. Greater Sc… Hoary Redpoll (2013), Black Scoter (2008) and Trumpeter Swan (2007) were added as breeding species. Brewer’s Sparrow (2004) The New World population of Common Moorhen is split from the Eurasian population and renamed Common There have been 366 species of birds recorded within the District of Thunder Bay in Ontario as of December 31, 2019.This checklist was compiled in large part by the former TBFN bird records chair, Nick Escott, and current chair, Brian Ratcliff using information supplied by members and friends of TBFN. The name Common Snipe was If you find any error, please do not hesitate to . Ontario Field Ornithologists (OFO) is the provincial organization dedicated to the study of bird life in Ontario. The authors have researched all published records and private collections to publish the first complete, and most up to date checklist of the 3187 verified moth species recorded in Ontario. There will be a couple of articles in an upcoming issue of Ontario Birds, the official publication of the Ontario Field Ornithologists, so for any member of OFO, be on the lookout for it. This checklist was compiled in large part by the former Thunder Bay Field Naturalists bird records chair, Nick Escott, and current chair, Brian Ratcliff using information supplied by members and friends of TBFN. Gallinule (Gallinula galeata) on the basis of differences in vocalizations as well as bill and shield Snow Goose Ross’s Goose ! Pink-footed Goose (2015) There are only two trails in the park but the one leading to the High Falls offers fantastic birding! I am pleased to offer these checklists as a service to birdwatchers. OFO is entirely led and run by volunteers. "Birds of Ontario". In a unanimous decision, the Ontario Divisional Court in Canadian Snowbirds Association Inc. v. Attorney General of Ontario struck down part of Ontario Regulation 259 which terminated OHIP’s Out-of-Country Travellers Program (OOCTP). Print. Traveling Complete. Allowed establish means values: native, endemic, introduced, http://ofo.ca/site/page/view/checklist.checklist, on October 07, 2020 in Baggs Rd, Deep River, ON, CA, on December 12, 2020 in Cambridge, ON N1R 5S2, Canada, on June 04, 2019 in 471 Shaw Creek Rd, Timmins, ON, CA, on October 09, 2020 in Dundas, Hamilton, ON, Canada, on December 02, 2020 in 18050 Rondeau Park Road, Morpeth, ON N0P 1X0, Canada, on December 11, 2020 in High Park-Swansea, Toronto, ON, Canada, on December 12, 2020 in Prescott and Russell, Ontario, Canada, on November 23, 2020 in Current River, Thunder Bay, ON, CA, on November 26, 2020 in Trowbridge Falls, Thunder Bay, ON, Canada, on December 03, 2020 in ON-403 E, Brantford, ON, CA, on December 12, 2020 in Pinewood Cemetery, Dawson Township, Rainy River District, Ontario, Canada, on April 25, 2008 in Lake Erie, CA-ON, CA, on December 11, 2020 in Wolfe Island, Wolfe Island, ON, CA, on December 06, 2020 in Old Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada, on December 05, 2020 in Wallacetown, ON N0L 2M0, Canada, on December 11, 2020 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, on August 11, 2020 in Greater Sudbury, ON, Canada, on November 12, 2020 in Lake Ontario, CA-ON, CA, on December 06, 2020 in Islington - City Centre West, Toronto, ON, Canada, on February 06, 2012 in Bracebridge, ON, Canada, on December 12, 2020 in 764 Clark Line Rd.,Flinton,On.,Canada, on December 06, 2020 in Coldwater, ON L0K, Canada, on October 24, 2019 in 1 Leslie St, Toronto, ON M4M 3M2, Canada, on August 13, 2017 in Leamington, ON, Canada, on October 19, 2020 in 1118 Point Pelee Dr, Leamington, ON N8H 3V4, Canada, on October 08, 2020 in 1118 Point Pelee Dr, Leamington, ON N8H 3V4, Canada, on December 10, 2020 in Aldershot, Burlington, ON, Canada, on September 12, 2020 in South Kent, Chatham-Kent, ON, CA, on December 09, 2020 in Roseville Road, North Dumfries, on November 28, 2020 in 1118 Point Pelee Dr, Leamington, ON N8H 3V4, Canada. BirdLife International maintains its own complete checklist of birds (taxonomic checklist of the world's bird species) because there are so many different global, regional, national, site and family taxonomic checklists, and the current major phase of taxonomic revision requires BirdLife to track and evaluate new arrangements as they are proposed; thus there is an urgent and sustained need to There have been 366 species of birds recorded within the Thunder Bay District in Ontario as of December 31, 2019. *Gray Partridge (C)/S (Perdix perdix) 9 photos *Ring-necked Pheasant C/S (Phasianus colchicus) 6 photos *Ruffed Grouse L/C/S (Bonasa umbellus) *Spruce Grouse L/C/S (Falcipennis canadensis) 5 photos *Willow Ptarmigan L/(C)/(S) (Lagopus lagopus) 10 photos Rock Ptarmigan (L) (Lagopus muta) 14 photos *Sharp-tailed Grouse L/C/S (Tympanuchus phasianellus) 13 photos *Greater Prairie-Chicken (C)/(S) (Tympanuchus cupido) 24 photos *Wild Turkey C/S (Meleagris gallopavo) 51 photos You're likely to discover birds in any natural space, but you can find the best birding spots for your particular region, and see what species to expect throughout the year, at ebird.ca/explore.You might also want to check out a nearby Important Bird and Biodiversity Area. rare away from the coast or expected only during fall migration) Over 20 species of warblers have been recorded along this trail. Classification and nomenclature follow the American Ornithologists' Union (A.O.U.) Three‐toed Woodpecker (2003) as a result of a split from the Eurasian species. In 2008, the order of the gulls was changed on the Ontario Checklist to reflect the AOU order. One of the factors in this diversity is the size and range of environments in Ontario. A separate list of "Review" birds is available - these birds need special documentation when seen. The Committee followed documentation standards and criteria consistent with that established by the Ontario Bird Records Committee. Mongolian Plover is now Lesser Sand‐Plover (2004) to agree with modern Old World literature. This checklist is a collaborative effort of the Manitoba Avian Research Committee (MARC). Mottled Duck (2009) Black-tailed Gull (2010) The English name Whip‐poor‐will has been changed to Eastern Whip‐poor‐will to The list of birds includes 69 species considered to be rare in Ontario and 35 species considered to be at risk in Ontario and/or Canada, according to the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry and Environment Canada. Check lists for individual taxa that live here, e.g. CSV should not contain a header row. About Project FeederWatch Project FeederWatch is a winter-long survey of birds that visit feeders at backyards, nature centers, community areas, and other locales in … Kelp Gull (2015) 2017. The checklist links to or contains information on regional or seasonal abundance (i.e. Allies family (2009). This checklist is at the species level only. Ontario is divided into Lowlands, Central and South regions (see map above); thus, the cities of Sault Ste. name Rock Dove changed to Rock Pigeon (2003). Most o f. the new species from this are a have a well- American Wigeon * American Black Duck * Mallard * Blue-winged Teal * Cinnamon Teal ! Submitted by Anthony Kaduck. Neotropic Cormorant Front birdPhoto: Jean Iron, Black-bellied Whistling-Duck (S) (Dendrocygna autumnalis), Fulvous Whistling-Duck (S) (Dendrocygna bicolor), Greater White-fronted Goose (L)/C/S (Anser albifrons), Pink-footed Goose (S) (Anser brachyrhynchus), Cackling Goose L/C/S (Branta hutchinsii), *Trumpeter Swan (L)/C/S (Cygnus buccinator), *Blue-winged Teal L/C/S (Spatula discors), *Cinnamon Teal (C)/(S) (Spatula cyanoptera), *Northern Shoveler L/C/S (Spatula clypeata), Eurasian Wigeon (L)/(C)/S (Mareca penelope), *American Wigeon L/C/S (Mareca americana), *American Black Duck L/C/S (Anas rubripes), *Ring-necked Duck L/C/S (Aythya collaris), *Common Eider L/(S) (Somateria mollissima), Harlequin Duck (L)/(C)/S (Histrionicus histrionicus), *Surf Scoter L/C/S (Melanitta perspicillata), *White-winged Scoter L/C/S (Melanitta deglandi), *Black Scoter L/C/S (Melanitta americana), *Long-tailed Duck L/C/S (Clangula hyemalis), *Common Goldeneye L/C/S (Bucephala clangula), Barrow's Goldeneye (L)/(C)/S (Bucephala islandica), *Hooded Merganser L/C/S (Lophodytes cucullatus), *Common Merganser L/C/S (Mergus merganser), *Red-breasted Merganser L/C/S (Mergus serrator), *Northern Bobwhite S (Colinus virginianus), *Ring-necked Pheasant C/S (Phasianus colchicus), *Spruce Grouse L/C/S (Falcipennis canadensis), *Willow Ptarmigan L/(C)/(S) (Lagopus lagopus), *Sharp-tailed Grouse L/C/S (Tympanuchus phasianellus), *Greater Prairie-Chicken (C)/(S) (Tympanuchus cupido), *Pied-billed Grebe L/C/S (Podilymbus podiceps), *Red-necked Grebe L/C/S (Podiceps grisegena), *Eared Grebe (L)/C/S (Podiceps nigricollis), Western Grebe (C)/(S) (Aechmophorus occidentalis), White-crowned Pigeon (S) (Patagioenas leucocephala), Band-tailed Pigeon (L)/(C)/(S) (Patagioenas fasciata), Eurasian Collared-Dove C/S (Streptopelia decaocto), *Passenger Pigeon L/C/S (Ectopistes migratorius) (Extinct), Common Ground Dove (C)/(S) (Columbina passerina), White-winged Dove (L)/C/S (Zenaida asiatica), Groove-billed Ani (C)/(S) (Crotophaga sulcirostris), *Yellow-billed Cuckoo (L)/C/S (Coccyzus americanus), *Black-billed Cuckoo (L)/C/S (Coccyzus erythropthalmus), Lesser Nighthawk (S) (Chordeiles acutipennis), *Common Nighthawk L/C/S (Chordeiles minor), Common Poorwill (L) (Phalaenoptilus nuttallii), *Chuck-will's-widow S (Antrostomus carolinensis), *Eastern Whip-poor-will (L)/C/S (Antrostomus vociferus), White-collared Swift (S) (Streptoprocne zonaris), *Chimney Swift (L)/C/S (Chaetura pelagica), Mexican Violetear (C) (Colibri thalassinus), *Ruby-throated Hummingbird L/C/S (Archilochus colubris), Black-chinned Hummingbird (S) (Archilochus alexandri), Costa's Hummingbird (S) (Calypte costae), Rufous Hummingbird (L)/(C)/(S) (Selasphorus rufus), Calliope Hummingbird (S) (Selasphorus calliope), Broad-billed Hummingbird (S) (Cynanthus latirostris), *Yellow Rail L/C/S (Coturnicops noveboracensis), Purple Gallinule (L)/(C)/(S) (Porphyrio martinicus), *Common Gallinule (C)/S (Gallinula galeata), *American Coot (L)/C/S (Fulica americana), *Sandhill Crane L/C/S (Antigone canadensis), *Black-necked Stilt (C)/(S) (Himantopus mexicanus), *American Avocet (L)/(C)/S (Recurvirostra americana), American Oystercatcher (S) (Haematopus palliatus), Black-bellied Plover L/C/S (Pluvialis squatarola), *American Golden-Plover L/C/S (Pluvialis dominica), Eurasian Dotterel (S) (Charadrius morinellus), Common Ringed Plover (S) (Charadrius hiaticula), *Semipalmated Plover L/C/S (Charadrius semipalmatus), Lesser Sand-Plover (S) (Charadrius mongolus), Wilson's Plover (S) (Charadrius wilsonia), Snowy Plover (C)/(S) (Charadrius nivosus), *Upland Sandpiper (L)/C/S (Bartramia longicauda), Eskimo Curlew (L)/(S) (Numenius borealis), Long-billed Curlew (S) (Numenius americanus), Slender-billed Curlew (S) (Numenius tenuirostris), *Hudsonian Godwit L/C/S (Limosa haemastica), Ruddy Turnstone L/C/S (Arenaria interpres), Sharp-tailed Sandpiper (C)/(S) (Calidris acuminata), *Stilt Sandpiper L/C/S (Calidris himantopus), Curlew Sandpiper (L)/(S) (Calidris ferruginea), Purple Sandpiper L/(C)/S (Calidris maritima), Baird's Sandpiper L/C/S (Calidris bairdii), *Least Sandpiper L/C/S (Calidris minutilla), White-rumped Sandpiper L/C/S (Calidris fuscicollis), Buff-breasted Sandpiper L/C/S (Calidris subruficollis), *Pectoral Sandpiper L/C/S (Calidris melanotos), *Semipalmated Sandpiper L/C/S (Calidris pusilla), Western Sandpiper (L)/(C)/S (Calidris mauri), *Short-billed Dowitcher L/C/S (Limnodromus griseus), Long-billed Dowitcher L/C/S (Limnodromus scolopaceus), *American Woodcock L/C/S (Scolopax minor), *Wilson's Snipe L/C/S (Gallinago delicata), *Spotted Sandpiper L/C/S (Actitis macularius), *Solitary Sandpiper L/C/S (Tringa solitaria), *Lesser Yellowlegs L/C/S (Tringa flavipes), Spotted Redshank (S) (Tringa erythropus), *Greater Yellowlegs L/C/S (Tringa melanoleuca), *Wilson's Phalarope L/C/S (Phalaropus tricolor), *Red-necked Phalarope L/C/S (Phalaropus lobatus), Red Phalarope L/(C)/S (Phalaropus fulicarius), Pomarine Jaeger L/(C)/S (Stercorarius pomarinus), *Parasitic Jaeger L/C/S (Stercorarius parasiticus), Long-tailed Jaeger (L)/(C)/S (Stercorarius longicaudus), Long-billed Murrelet (S) (Brachyramphus perdix), Ancient Murrelet (S) (Synthliboramphus antiquus), Atlantic Puffin (C)/(S) (Fratercula arctica), Black-legged Kittiwake (L)/(C)/S (Rissa tridactyla), Ivory Gull (L)/(C)/(S) (Pagophila eburnea), *Bonaparte's Gull L/C/S (Chroicocephalus philadelphia), Black-headed Gull (L)/S (Chroicocephalus ridibundus), *Little Gull L/(C)/S (Hydrocoloeus minutus), Ross's Gull (L)/(S) (Rhodostethia rosea), Laughing Gull (L)/S (Leucophaeus atricilla), Franklin's Gull (L)/C/S (Leucophaeus pipixcan), Black-tailed Gull (S) (Larus crassirostris), *Ring-billed Gull L/C/S (Larus delawarensis), *California Gull (L)/(C)/(S) (Larus californicus), Lesser Black-backed Gull (L)/C/S (Larus fuscus), Slaty-backed Gull (C)/(S) (Larus schistisagus), *Great Black-backed Gull L/C/S (Larus marinus), Least Tern (C)/(S) (Sternula antillarum), *Caspian Tern L/C/S (Hydroprogne caspia), White-winged Tern (S) (Chlidonias leucopterus), *Arctic Tern L/(C)/S (Sterna paradisaea), *Forster's Tern (L)/(C)/S (Sterna forsteri), Sandwich Tern (S) (Thalasseus sandvicensis), *Red-throated Loon L/C/S (Gavia stellata), Yellow-nosed Albatross (S) (Thalassarche chlororhynchos), Wilson's Storm-Petrel (S) (Oceanites oceanicus), Leach's Storm-Petrel (L)/(S) (Hydrobates leucorhous), Band-rumped Storm-Petrel (S) (Hydrobates castro), Northern Fulmar (L)/(C)/(S) (Fulmarus glacialis), Black-capped Petrel (S) (Pterodroma hasitata), Short-tailed/Sooty Shearwater (L) (#N/A), Audubon's Shearwater (S) (Puffinus lherminieri), Magnificent Frigatebird (S) (Fregata magnificens), Northern Gannet (L)/(S) (Morus bassanus), Neotropic Cormorant (S) (Phalacrocorax brasilianus), *Double-crested Cormorant L/C/S (Phalacrocorax auritus), Great Cormorant (S) (Phalacrocorax carbo), *American White Pelican L/C/S (Pelecanus erythrorhynchos), Brown Pelican (C)/(S) (Pelecanus occidentalis), *American Bittern L/C/S (Botaurus lentiginosus), *Least Bittern (C)/S (Ixobrychus exilis), *Great Blue Heron L/C/S (Ardea herodias), Little Blue Heron (L)/(C)/(S) (Egretta caerulea), Tricolored Heron (C)/(S) (Egretta tricolor), *Green Heron (C)/S (Butorides virescens), *Black-crowned Night-Heron (C)/S (Nycticorax nycticorax), Yellow-crowned Night-Heron (S) (Nyctanassa violacea), Glossy Ibis (C)/S (Plegadis falcinellus), White-faced Ibis (C)/(S) (Plegadis chihi), *Turkey Vulture (L)/C/S (Cathartes aura), Swallow-tailed Kite (C)/(S) (Elanoides forficatus), *Northern Harrier L/C/S (Circus hudsonius), *Sharp-shinned Hawk L/C/S (Accipiter striatus), *Cooper's Hawk (L)/C/S (Accipiter cooperii), *Northern Goshawk L/C/S (Accipiter gentilis), *Bald Eagle L/C/S (Haliaeetus leucocephalus), Mississippi Kite (S) (Ictinia mississippiensis), *Red-shouldered Hawk (L)/C/S (Buteo lineatus), *Broad-winged Hawk L/C/S (Buteo platypterus), Swainson's Hawk (L)/(C)/S (Buteo swainsoni), *Red-tailed Hawk L/C/S (Buteo jamaicensis), *Rough-legged Hawk L/C/S (Buteo lagopus), Ferruginous Hawk (L)/(S) (Buteo regalis), *Eastern Screech-Owl (C)/S (Megascops asio), *Great Horned Owl L/C/S (Bubo virginianus), Burrowing Owl (C)/(S) (Athene cunicularia), *Northern Saw-whet Owl L/C/S (Aegolius acadicus), *Belted Kingfisher L/C/S (Megaceryle alcyon), Lewis's Woodpecker (C)/(S) (Melanerpes lewis), *Red-headed Woodpecker (L)/C/S (Melanerpes erythrocephalus), *Red-bellied Woodpecker (L)/C/S (Melanerpes carolinus), *Yellow-bellied Sapsucker L/C/S (Sphyrapicus varius), *American Three-toed Woodpecker L/C/S (Picoides dorsalis), *Black-backed Woodpecker L/C/S (Picoides arcticus), *Downy Woodpecker L/C/S (Dryobates pubescens), *Hairy Woodpecker L/C/S (Dryobates villosus), *Northern Flicker L/C/S (Colaptes auratus), *Pileated Woodpecker L/C/S (Dryocopus pileatus), Crested Caracara (L)/(C)/(S) (Caracara cheriway), *American Kestrel L/C/S (Falco sparverius), *Peregrine Falcon L/C/S (Falco peregrinus), Prairie Falcon (L)/(C)/(S) (Falco mexicanus), Ash-throated Flycatcher (C)/(S) (Myiarchus cinerascens), *Great Crested Flycatcher (L)/C/S (Myiarchus crinitus), Great Kiskadee (S) (Pitangus sulphuratus), Sulphur-bellied Flycatcher (C)/(S) (Myiodynastes luteiventris), Variegated Flycatcher (S) (Empidonomus varius), Tropical Kingbird (C)/(S) (Tyrannus melancholicus), Cassin's Kingbird (S) (Tyrannus vociferans), Thick-billed Kingbird (S) (Tyrannus crassirostris), *Western Kingbird (L)/C/(S) (Tyrannus verticalis), *Eastern Kingbird L/C/S (Tyrannus tyrannus), Gray Kingbird (S) (Tyrannus dominicensis), Scissor-tailed Flycatcher (L)/(C)/(S) (Tyrannus forficatus), Fork-tailed Flycatcher (C)/(S) (Tyrannus savana), *Olive-sided Flycatcher L/C/S (Contopus cooperi), Western Wood-Pewee (L)/(S) (Contopus sordidulus), *Eastern Wood-Pewee (L)/C/S (Contopus virens), *Yellow-bellied Flycatcher L/C/S (Empidonax flaviventris), *Acadian Flycatcher S (Empidonax virescens), *Alder Flycatcher L/C/S (Empidonax alnorum), *Willow Flycatcher (C)/S (Empidonax traillii), *Least Flycatcher L/C/S (Empidonax minimus), Gray Flycatcher (S) (Empidonax wrightii), Dusky Flycatcher (C) (Empidonax oberholseri), Say's Phoebe (L)/(C)/(S) (Sayornis saya), Vermilion Flycatcher (S) (Pyrocephalus rubinus), *Loggerhead Shrike (L)/(C)/S (Lanius ludovicianus), *Northern Shrike L/C/S (Lanius borealis), Black-capped Vireo (S) (Vireo atricapilla), *Yellow-throated Vireo (L)/C/S (Vireo flavifrons), *Blue-headed Vireo L/C/S (Vireo solitarius), *Philadelphia Vireo L/C/S (Vireo philadelphicus), *Canada Jay L/C/S (Perisoreus canadensis), Clark's Nutcracker (C)/(S) (Nucifraga columbiana), *Black-billed Magpie (L)/C/(S) (Pica hudsonia), *American Crow L/C/S (Corvus brachyrhynchos), *Horned Lark L/C/S (Eremophila alpestris), *Tree Swallow L/C/S (Tachycineta bicolor), Violet-green Swallow (C)/(S) (Tachycineta thalassina), *Northern Rough-winged Swallow (L)/C/S (Stelgidopteryx serripennis), *Cliff Swallow L/C/S (Petrochelidon pyrrhonota), Carolina Chickadee (S) (Poecile carolinensis), *Black-capped Chickadee L/C/S (Poecile atricapillus), *Boreal Chickadee L/C/S (Poecile hudsonicus), *Red-breasted Nuthatch L/C/S (Sitta canadensis), *White-breasted Nuthatch (L)/C/S (Sitta carolinensis), *Brown Creeper L/C/S (Certhia americana), Rock Wren (C)/(S) (Salpinctes obsoletus), *Winter Wren L/C/S (Troglodytes hiemalis), *Sedge Wren L/C/S (Cistothorus platensis), *Marsh Wren L/C/S (Cistothorus palustris), *Carolina Wren (L)/(C)/S (Thryothorus ludovicianus), *Bewick's Wren (C)/(S) (Thryomanes bewickii), *Blue-gray Gnatcatcher (L)/(C)/S (Polioptila caerulea), *Golden-crowned Kinglet L/C/S (Regulus satrapa), *Ruby-crowned Kinglet L/C/S (Regulus calendula), Siberian Rubythroat (S) (Calliope calliope), Northern Wheatear (L)/(C)/(S) (Oenanthe oenanthe), Mountain Bluebird (L)/(C)/(S) (Sialia currucoides), Townsend's Solitaire (L)/C/S (Myadestes townsendi), *Gray-cheeked Thrush L/C/S (Catharus minimus), Bicknell's Thrush (S) (Catharus bicknelli), *Swainson's Thrush L/C/S (Catharus ustulatus), *Hermit Thrush L/C/S (Catharus guttatus), *Wood Thrush (L)/C/S (Hylocichla mustelina), *American Robin L/C/S (Turdus migratorius), *Gray Catbird L/C/S (Dumetella carolinensis), Sage Thrasher (C)/(S) (Oreoscoptes montanus), *Northern Mockingbird (L)/C/S (Mimus polyglottos), *European Starling L/C/S (Sturnus vulgaris), *Bohemian Waxwing L/C/S (Bombycilla garrulus), *Cedar Waxwing L/C/S (Bombycilla cedrorum), *House Sparrow (L)/C/S (Passer domesticus), Eurasian Tree Sparrow (C)/(S) (Passer montanus), *American Pipit L/C/S (Anthus rubescens), Sprague's Pipit (L)/(C) (Anthus spragueii), Brambling (C)/(S) (Fringilla montifringilla), *Evening Grosbeak L/C/S (Coccothraustes vespertinus), *Pine Grosbeak L/C/S (Pinicola enucleator), Gray-crowned Rosy-Finch (C)/(S) (Leucosticte tephrocotis), *House Finch (L)/C/S (Haemorhous mexicanus), *Purple Finch L/C/S (Haemorhous purpureus), Cassin's Finch (S) (Haemorhous cassinii), *Common Redpoll L/C/S (Acanthis flammea), *Hoary Redpoll L/C/S (Acanthis hornemanni), *Red Crossbill L/C/S (Loxia curvirostra), *White-winged Crossbill L/C/S (Loxia leucoptera), *American Goldfinch L/C/S (Spinus tristis), *Lapland Longspur L/C/S (Calcarius lapponicus), Chestnut-collared Longspur (L)/(C)/(S) (Calcarius ornatus), *Smith's Longspur L/(C)/(S) (Calcarius pictus), McCown's Longspur (C) (Rhynchophanes mccownii), Snow Bunting L/C/S (Plectrophenax nivalis), Cassin's Sparrow (C)/(S) (Peucaea cassinii), Bachman's Sparrow (S) (Peucaea aestivalis), *Grasshopper Sparrow (C)/S (Ammodramus savannarum), Black-throated Sparrow (C)/(S) (Amphispiza bilineata), *Lark Sparrow (L)/C/S (Chondestes grammacus), Lark Bunting (L)/(C)/(S) (Calamospiza melanocorys), *Chipping Sparrow L/C/S (Spizella passerina), *Clay-colored Sparrow L/C/S (Spizella pallida), *Field Sparrow (L)/(C)/S (Spizella pusilla), *American Tree Sparrow L/C/S (Spizelloides arborea), *White-crowned Sparrow L/C/S (Zonotrichia leucophrys), Golden-crowned Sparrow (C)/(S) (Zonotrichia atricapilla), *Harris's Sparrow L/C/S (Zonotrichia querula), *White-throated Sparrow L/C/S (Zonotrichia albicollis), *Vesper Sparrow (L)/C/S (Pooecetes gramineus), *LeConte's Sparrow L/C/S (Ammospiza leconteii), *Nelson's Sparrow L/C/S (Ammospiza nelsoni), *Henslow's Sparrow (L)/S (Centronyx henslowii), *Savannah Sparrow L/C/S (Passerculus sandwichensis), *Lincoln's Sparrow L/C/S (Melospiza lincolnii), *Swamp Sparrow L/C/S (Melospiza georgiana), Green-tailed Towhee (C)/(S) (Pipilo chlorurus), Spotted Towhee (C)/(S) (Pipilo maculatus), *Eastern Towhee (L)/C/S (Pipilo erythrophthalmus), *Yellow-breasted Chat (L)/(C)/S (Icteria virens), *Yellow-headed Blackbird (L)/C/S (Xanthocephalus xanthocephalus), *Eastern Meadowlark (L)/C/S (Sturnella magna), *Western Meadowlark (L)/C/S (Sturnella neglecta), Bullock's Oriole (C)/(S) (Icterus bullockii), *Baltimore Oriole (L)/C/S (Icterus galbula), *Red-winged Blackbird L/C/S (Agelaius phoeniceus), *Brown-headed Cowbird L/C/S (Molothrus ater), *Rusty Blackbird L/C/S (Euphagus carolinus), *Brewer's Blackbird (L)/C/S (Euphagus cyanocephalus), *Common Grackle L/C/S (Quiscalus quiscula), Great-tailed Grackle (C)/(S) (Quiscalus mexicanus), Worm-eating Warbler S (Helmitheros vermivorum), *Louisiana Waterthrush S (Parkesia motacilla), *Northern Waterthrush L/C/S (Parkesia noveboracensis), *Golden-winged Warbler (L)/C/S (Vermivora chrysoptera), *Blue-winged Warbler (L)/(C)/S (Vermivora cyanoptera), *Black-and-white Warbler L/C/S (Mniotilta varia), *Prothonotary Warbler (L)/(C)/S (Protonotaria citrea), Swainson's Warbler (S) (Limnothlypis swainsonii), *Tennessee Warbler L/C/S (Leiothlypis peregrina), *Orange-crowned Warbler L/C/S (Leiothlypis celata), *Nashville Warbler L/C/S (Leiothlypis ruficapilla), Virginia's Warbler (C)/(S) (Leiothlypis virginiae), *Connecticut Warbler L/C/S (Oporornis agilis), *Mourning Warbler L/C/S (Geothlypis philadelphia), Kentucky Warbler (C)/S (Geothlypis formosa), *Common Yellowthroat L/C/S (Geothlypis trichas), *Hooded Warbler (L)/(C)/S (Setophaga citrina), *American Redstart L/C/S (Setophaga ruticilla), *Kirtland's Warbler (C)/S (Setophaga kirtlandii), *Cape May Warbler L/C/S (Setophaga tigrina), *Northern Parula L/C/S (Setophaga americana), *Magnolia Warbler L/C/S (Setophaga magnolia), *Bay-breasted Warbler L/C/S (Setophaga castanea), *Blackburnian Warbler L/C/S (Setophaga fusca), *Yellow Warbler L/C/S (Setophaga petechia), *Chestnut-sided Warbler L/C/S (Setophaga pensylvanica), *Blackpoll Warbler L/C/S (Setophaga striata), *Black-throated Blue Warbler (L)/C/S (Setophaga caerulescens), *Palm Warbler L/C/S (Setophaga palmarum), *Yellow-rumped Warbler L/C/S (Setophaga coronata), Yellow-throated Warbler (L)/(C)/S (Setophaga dominica), *Prairie Warbler (L)/(C)/S (Setophaga discolor), Black-throated Gray Warbler (S) (Setophaga nigrescens), Townsend's Warbler (C)/(S) (Setophaga townsendi), Hermit Warbler (S) (Setophaga occidentalis), *Black-throated Green Warbler L/C/S (Setophaga virens), *Canada Warbler L/C/S (Cardellina canadensis), *Wilson's Warbler L/C/S (Cardellina pusilla), *Scarlet Tanager (L)/C/S (Piranga olivacea), Western Tanager (L)/(C)/(S) (Piranga ludoviciana), *Northern Cardinal L/C/S (Cardinalis cardinalis), *Rose-breasted Grosbeak L/C/S (Pheucticus ludovicianus), Black-headed Grosbeak (C)/(S) (Pheucticus melanocephalus), Blue Grosbeak (C)/(S) (Passerina caerulea), Lazuli Bunting (C)/(S) (Passerina amoena), *Indigo Bunting (L)/C/S (Passerina cyanea), Varied Bunting (S) (Passerina versicolor), Painted Bunting (L)/(C)/(S) (Passerina ciris). Add sightings of any of the world's 10,000 bird species. Volunteer birders will count and record the presence of breeding birds across Ontario – from the south to the north – for five years. The name Three‐toed Woodpecker changed to American Checklist of Birds of Thunder Bay District, Ontario. Tanagers family is removed and the three species formerly in that family are moved to the beginning of the Cardinals & S – Species recorded in the South Review Zone; (S) indicates the OBRC requests documentation when the species is recorded in the region. Marie, Sudbury and North Bay are in the South region of the province. A total of 259 bird species have been recorded in the City of Kawartha Lakes (formerly Victoria County). Cackling Goose Canada Goose * Brant Mute Swan * Trumpeter Swan * Tundra Swan Wood Duck * Gadwall * Eurasian Wigeon ! Roseate Spoonbill (2010) Names marked with an N are breeding species. Source: Ontario Field Ornithologists: 2017 Checklist of Ontario Birds. The first is the 2019 edition of the Clements Checklist (Clements Checklist v2019); the second is the 2019 edition of the eBird taxonomy (eBird v2019); and the third is the “master” or integrated checklist, which includes all entries in both the Clements Checklist … File should be in the following format: taxon name, description, occurrence status, establishment means. This checklist includes all bird species found in Southern Ontario, based on the best information available at this time. * – Species recorded as breeding in Ontario. Another is the Great Lakes; many birds use the shores as a stopping point during migration. Neotropic Cormorant (2006) This checklist will be updated periodically. Yellow-nosed Albatross (2011) Heermann’s Gull (2000). Three checklists are available. A winter of bird feeding requires a lot of food, too—during the winter of 2014-15, over 750 lb of sunflower seeds were consumed by the hungry birds! 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