Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Tweet and See: February 2011

Even though March has come in (and truly like a lion), I want to share the Olive Plants' Tweet and See list for February.  Our computers all died at the end of last month, and I had to live in the dark ages without Internet access for two weeks.  Thus the delay.

So without further ado, here's what we saw or heard last month:
  1. American Crow
  2. Fish Crow
  3. Brown-headed Nuthatch
  4. Tufted Titmouse
  5. Belted Kingfisher
  6. Eastern Bluebird
  7. Great Blue Heron
  8. Red-tailed Hawk
  9. Eastern Towhee
  10. Carolina Chickadee
  11. Pine Warbler
  12. Downy Woodpecker
  13. Muscovy Duck
  14. Mallard Duck
  15. Snow Goose
  16. Ring-billed Gull
  17. Song Sparrow
  18. American Robin
  19. Rock Pigeon
  20. Field Sparrow
  21. Pileated Woodpecker
  22. Blue Jay
  23. Northern Cardinal
  24. Yellow-rumped Warbler
  25. Northern Mockingbird
  26. Mourning Dove
  27. Red-winged Blackbird
  28. Worm-eating Warbler
  29. Common Grackle
  30. European Starling
  31. Brown Thrasher
  32. Cedar Waxwing
  33. Black Vulture
  34. Turkey Vulture
  35. House Finch
  36. Tennessee Warbler
  37. Chipping Sparrow
  38. Canada Goose
  39. House Sparrow
  40. Carolina Wren
  41. Red-bellied Woodpecker
  42. Red-headed Woodpecker
  43. Bald Eagle
  44. Red-shouldered Hawk
  45. Killdeer
  46. White-breasted Nuthatch
  47. Eastern Phoebe
  48. Eastern Meadowlark
  49. American Coot
  50. Double-crested Cormorant
What a fun month!  I hope you saw lots of beautiful birds, too!!  Join Heather on the last day of each month to link in your list.

Now that I am back in the 21st Century, I am working on my next Birding 101 post about Birding by Ear.  I hope you'll fly back over soon! 

Please give a little tweet in the comments and let me know you visited, too.  I would love to meet you and visit your blog.  You can subscribe to Birders for Life, too, so that all the posts we write here will fly directly to your inbox.  Heather and I would love to have you on the B4L team!

Happy Birding!

1 comment:

  1. NO WAY, how do you all get up to FIFTY BIRDS? Yea for olive plants!!


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