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Make a copy and rename it to Route Initial, YYYY_MM_DD, and your initials. eg. GD2017_04_23PT
Send results to Catherine Shimmell
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RBG's Felicia Radassao
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Transect NameNoise codes
and Lindsay Barr and others listed below
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Lead observer0 = QuietFelicia RadassaoBarry Coombs
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Other observers1 = some noise , e.g, distant traffic, dog barking, but not distractingTys ThysmeyerBrian Wylie
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Date (YYYY_MM_DD)2 = Significant noise but not constant enough to reduce detectionLindsay BarrGerten Basom
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Temp' deg C.3 = Constant noise, e.g heavy traffic, roaring creekCatherine ShimmellTerry Basom
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% cloud cover (10% multiples)4 = Unable to hear any call (passing train)Peter ThoemRoss Beatson
email list provided to
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Noise code (1 number max)Wind strength codesDavid MoffattMallory Peirce
participants who have
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Wind direction (2 letters max)
0 Dead calm. Smoke rises vertically
Lyn Hanna-FolkesSarah Richeredit permission
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Wind strength (1 number max)1 Direction shown by some smoke drift but not by wind vaneDebbie LindemanJoan Kotanen
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Visibility (poor fair good )2 Wind felt on face, leaves rustle. Ordinary vanes movedVicki Mason-espinBeth Jefferson
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Start time3 Leaves & small twigs in constant motion. Light flag extendedElaine SerenaJoyce Litster
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End time4 Raises dust & loose paper. Small branches moved
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5 Small trees with leaves begin to move
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6 Large branches in motion. Whistling in telephone wires.
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SpeciesCountCommentsCommon onesA-CD-MN-RS-Y
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1American CrowAcadian FlycatcherDouble-crested CormorantNashville WarblerSanderling
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2American GoldfinchAlder FlycatcherDunlinNelson's SparrowSandhill Crane
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3American RobinAmerican BitternEastern Wood PeeweeNorthern Goshawk
Savannah Sparrow
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4American Tree SparrowAmerican Black DuckEastern BluebirdNorthern Harrier
Scarlet Tanager
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5Baltimore OrioleAmerican CootEastern MeadowlarkNorthern MockingbirdSedge Wren
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6Belted KingfisherAmerican Golden PloverEastern Screech OwlNorthern Parula
Semipalmated Plover
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7Brown-headed CowbirdAmerican KestrelEastern TowheeNorthern Pintail
Semipalmated Sandpiper
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8Black-capped ChickadeeAmerican PipitEvening GrosbeakNorthern Rough-winged Swallow
Sharp-shinned Hawk
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9Blue JayAmerican RedstartField SparrowNorthern Saw-whet Owl
Short-billed Dowitcher
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10Canada GooseAmerican White PelicanForster's TernNorthern Shoveler
Short-eared Owl
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11Cedar WaxwingAmerican WigeonFox SparrowNorthern ShrikeSnow Bunting
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12Chipping SparrowAmerican WoodcockGadwallNorthern Waterthrush
Solitary Sandpiper
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13Common GrackleBaird's SandpiperGlaucous GullOlive-sided FlycatcherSora
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14Common YellowthroatBald EagleGolden EagleOrange-crowned Warbler
Spotted Sandpiper
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15Dark-eyed JuncoBank SwallowGolden-winged WarblerOrchard OrioleStilt Sandpiper
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16Downy WoodpeckerBarn SwallowGrasshopper SparrowOvenbird
Swainson's Thrush
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17Eastern PhoebeBay-breasted WarblerGray-cheeked ThrushPalm Warbler
Swamp Sparrow
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18Eastern KingbirdBlack and White WarblerGreat Black-backed GullPectoral Sandpiper
Tennessee Warbler
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19European StarlingBlack TernGreat Crested FlycatcherPeregrine Falcon
Trumpeter Swan
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20Golden-crowned KingletBlack VultureGreat EgretPhiladelphia Vireo
Tufted Titmouse
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21Gray CatbirdBlack-bellied PloverGreat Horned OwlPied-billed GrebeTundra Swan
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22Great Blue HeronBlack-billed CuckooGreater ScaupPileated WoodpeckerVeery
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23Hairy WoodpeckerBlack-crowned Night HeronGreater YellowlegsPine Grosbeak
Vesper Sparrow
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24House WrenBlack-throated Blue WarblerGreen HeronPine SiskinVirginia Rail
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25MallardBlack-throated Green WarblerGreen-winged TealPine WarblerWhip-poor-will
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26Mourning DoveBlackburnian WarblerHermit ThrushPrairie Warbler
White-crowned Sparrow
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27Northern CardinalBlackpoll WarblerHerring GullProthonotory Warbler
White-eyed Vireo
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28Northern FlickerBlue-gray GnatcatcherHoary RedpollPurple FinchWild Turkey
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29OspreyBlue-headed VireoHooded MerganserRed-breasted MerganserWillet
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30Red-bellied WoodpeckerBlue-winged TealHooded WarblerRed-breasted Nuthatch
Willow Flycatcher
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31Red-eyed VireoBlue-winged WarblerHorned GrebeRed-headed Woodpecker
Wilson's Phalarope
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32Red-tailed HawkBobolinkHorned LarkRed-shouldered HawkWilson's Snipe
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33Red-winged BlackbirdBonaparte's GullHouse FinchRedhead
Wilson's Warbler
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34Rose-breasted GrosbeakBroad-winged HawkHouse SparrowRing-billed GullWinter Wren
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35Song SparrowBrown CreeperIndigo BuntingRing-necked DuckWood Thrush
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36Tree SwallowBrown ThrasherKilldeerRock Pigeon
Worm-eating Warbler
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37Turkey VultureBuffleheadLeast BitternRough-legged Hawk
Yellow-bellied Flycatcher
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38Warbling VireoCanada WarblerLeast FlycatcherRuby-crowned Kinglet
Yellow-bellied Sapsucker
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39White-breasted NuthatchCanvasbackLeast SandpiperRuby-throated Hummingbird
Yellow-billed Cuckoo
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40White-throated SparrowCape May WarblerLesser ScaupRuddy Duck
Yellow-breasted Chat
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41Wood DuckCaspian TernLesser YellowlegsRuddy Turnstone
Yellow-throated Vireo
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42Yellow WarblerCarolina WrenLincoln's SparrowRuffed Grouse
Yellow-throated Warbler
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43Yellow-rumped WarblerCerulean WarblerLong-eared OwlRusty Blackbird
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44Chestnut-sided WarblerLong-tailed Duck
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45Chimney SwiftLouisiana Waterthrush
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46Clay-colored SparrowMagnolia Warbler
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47Cliff SwallowMarsh Wren
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48Common GoldeneyeMerlin
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49Common LoonMourning Warbler
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50Common MerganserMute Swan
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51Common Moorhen
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52Common Raven
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53Common Redpoll
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54Common Tern
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55Connecticut Warbler
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56Cooper's Hawk
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