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Thurston County Big Yearlast update:
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COMMON NAMECODESCIENTIFIC NAMEDATE SEENLOCATIONPHOTONOTES
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Greater White-fronted Goose
3Anser albifrons
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Emperor Goose5Chen canagica
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Snow Goose3Chen caerulescens
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Ross's Goose5Chen rossii
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Brant2Branta bernicla
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Cackling Goose1Branta hutchinsii1/3/18nisquallyover 1500 geese at least
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Canada Goose1Branta canadensis1/3/18nisquallyonly ~ 20 geese / not many for nisqually
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Mute Swan*4Cygnus olor
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Trumpeter Swan3Cygnus buccinator1/4/18capitol lake2 on the far side of the south pool
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Tundra Swan3Cygnus columbianus
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Wood Duck1Aix sponsa
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Gadwall1Anas strepera1/3/18nisqually ~ 15 gadwall / usual numbers
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Eurasian Wigeon2Anas penelope
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American Wigeon1Anas americana1/3/18nisqually at least 300 + 1 american / eurasian wigeon hybrid !
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Mallard1Anas platyrhynchos1/3/18nisqually at least 120 adults
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Blue-winged Teal2Anas discors
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Cinnamon Teal2Anas cyanoptera
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Northern Shoveler1Anas clypeata1/3/18nisquallya lot of juveniles
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Northern Pintail1Anas acuta1/3/18nisquallymore males than females
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Green-winged Teal1Anas crecca1/3/18nisquallyat least 1500 adults
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Canvasback2Aythya valisineria
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Redhead3Aythya americana
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Ring-necked Duck1Aythya collaris1/3/18nisquallyonly 3 adults
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Tufted Duck5Aythya fuligula
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Greater Scaup1Aythya marila1/4/18nisquallygood looks
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Lesser Scaup1Aythya affinis
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Harlequin Duck4
Histrionicus histrionicus
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Surf Scoter1Melanitta perspicillata
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White-winged Scoter1Melanitta fusca
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Black Scoter4Melanitta americana
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Long-tailed Duck4Clangula hyemalis
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Bufflehead1Bucephala albeola
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Common Goldeneye1Bucephala clangula1/3/18nisqually15 adults
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Barrow's Goldeneye1Bucephala islandica
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Smew5Mergellus albellus
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Hooded Merganser2
Lophodytes cucullatus
1/3/18nisqually2 adults
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Common Merganser1Mergus merganser
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Red-breasted Merganser1Mergus serrator1/3/18nisqually40 adults
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Ruddy Duck2Oxyura jamaicensis
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Mountain Quail4Oreortyx pictus
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California Quail2Callipepla californica
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Ring-necked Pheasant2Phasianus colchicus
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Ruffed Grouse3Bonasa umbellus
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Sooty Grouse3
Dendragapus fuliginosus
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Wild Turkey4Meleagris gallopavo
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Pied-billed Grebe1Podilymbus podiceps1/3/18nisqually1 adult gave us very good looks
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Horned Grebe1Podiceps auritus
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Red-necked Grebe1Podiceps grisegena
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Eared Grebe1Podiceps nigricollis
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Western Grebe1
Aechmophorus occidentalis
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Clark's Grebe4Aechmophorus clarkii
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Rock Pigeon1Columba livia1/4/18capitol lake a lot of color variation
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Band-tailed Pigeon1Patagioenas fasciata
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Eurasian Collared-Dove1Streptopelia decaocto
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Mourning Dove2Zenaida macroura
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Common Nighthawk3Chordeiles minor
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Black Swift4Cypseloides niger
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Vaux's Swift1Chaetura vauxi
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Black-chinned Hummingbird
5Archilochus alexandri
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Anna's Hummingbird1Calypte anna1/4/18yard at feeder
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Rufous Hummingbird1Selasphorus rufus
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Calliope Hummingbird4Selasphorus calliope
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Virginia Rail2Rallus limicola1/3/18nisqually2 adults
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Sora3Porzana carolina
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American Coot1Fulica americana1/3/18nisqually1 even walked on the grass
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Sandhill Crane3Antigone canadensis
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Black-necked Stilt5
Himantopus mexicanus
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American Avocet5
Recurvirostra americana
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Black-bellied Plover2Pluvialis squatarola
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American Golden-Plover5Pluvialis dominica
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Pacific Golden-Plover5Pluvialis fulva
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Common Ringed Plover5Charadrius hiaticula
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Semipalmated Plover3
Charadrius semipalmatus
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Killdeer1Charadrius vociferus
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Whimbrel3Numenius phaeopus
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Long-billed Curlew4
Numenius americanus
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Marbled Godwit4Limosa fedoa
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Ruddy Turnstone4Arenaria interpres
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Black Turnstone4
Arenaria melanocephala
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Red Knot4Calidris canutus
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Surfbird5Calidris virgata
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Sharp-tailed Sandpiper5Calidris acuminata
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Stilt Sandpiper5Calidris himantopus
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Dunlin1Calidris alpina1/3/18nisqually 500 dunlin
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Baird's Sandpiper3Calidris bairdii
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Least Sandpiper1Calidris minutilla1/3/18nisquallyleast is the smallest sandpiper in the world
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Pectoral Sandpiper3Calidris melanotos
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Semipalmated Sandpiper4Calidris pusilla
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Western Sandpiper1Calidris mauri
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Short-billed Dowitcher3Limnodromus griseus
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Long-billed Dowitcher2
Limnodromus scolopaceus
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Wilson's Snipe2Gallinago delicata
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Spotted Sandpiper2Actitis macularius1/3/18nisqually 2 on McAllister creek side
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Solitary Sandpiper3Tringa solitaria
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Wandering Tattler5Tringa incana
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Greater Yellowlegs1Tringa melanoleuca1/3/18nisqually8 adults
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Willet4Tringa semipalmata
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Lesser Yellowlegs3Tringa flavipes
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