Big Sit! 2009

On Sunday,  October 11, the Museum participated in yet another Big Sit! We recorded a record 31 species! Thanks to Jim for coordinating the event, and all the volunteers who joined in.

the “official”  TIME SHEET for the 2009 “BIG SIT” (Notables inBOLD):

1            American Crow                        6:37

2            White-throated Sparrow 6:44

3            Mourning Dove                        6:49

4            Blue Jay                        6:53

5            White-breasted Nuthatch  7:01

6            Black-capped Chickadee  7:02

7            Hairy Woodpecker            7:05

8            Downy Woodpecker            7:05

9            Golden-crowned Kinglet            7:10

10            Dark-eyed Junco            7:23

11            Yellow-rumped Warbler            7:30

12            Pileated Woodpecker            7:36

13            American Robin                        7:37

14            Winter Wren                        7:54

15            Tufted Titmouse            7:55

16 Sharp-shinned Hawk            8:10            (new)

17 European Starling            8:20

18            Common Raven                        8:39

19            Eastern Phoebe                        8:54             (new)

20            Canada Goose                        9:12

21            Northern Cardinal            9:17

22            Coopers Hawk                        9:24

23            Ruby-crowned Kinglet            10:43

24            Snow Goose                        11:28            (new)

25            Common Grackle            11:39

26            Turkey Vulture                        11:52

27            Gray Catbird                        11:56            (new)

28 Red-tailed Hawk            12:53

29            Blue-headed Vireo            1:24

30            American Goldfinch            2:48

31            Brown Creeper                        5:01

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