Azores 19/10/2017- 30/12/2017

57 ssp./ 11 ssp. new for WP

Highlights: The self-found feeling with a Belted Kingfisher in Flores. The rain in Paul da Praya (Terceira) doing my birding a leap of faith. The American waders and a few American warblers. The American ducks. The casual encounter with an Eurasian Woodcock from Flores population. The 4 Azores Bullfinch that decided to appear last minute to my delight and relief. The scary landing due strong winds in Santa Cruz das Flores airport.

  1. Anas penelope
  2. Anas americana
  3. Anas crecca
  4. Anas plathyrhynchos
  5. Anas discors
  6. Aythya americana
  7. Aythya collaris
  8. Melanitta perspicillata
  9. Bucephala clangula
  10. Coturnix coturnix
  11. Calonectris diomedea
  12. Bubulcus ibis
  13. Egretta alba
  14. Egretta garzetta
  15. Ardea cinerea
  16. Buteo buteo
  17. Gallinula chloropus
  18. Fulica atra
  19. Charadrius hiaticula
  20. Charadrius semipalmatus
  21. Charadrius alexandrinus
  22. Pluvialis squatarola
  23. Calidris canutus
  24. Calidris alba
  25. Calidris pusilla
  26. Calidris minuta
  27. Calidris temminckii
  28. Calidris fuscicollis
  29. Calidris melanotos
  30. Calidris ferruginea
  31. Calidris alpina
  32. Philomachus pugnax
  33. Gallinago gallinago
  34. Scolopax rusticola
  35. Limosa limosa
  36. Limosa lapponica
  37. Numenius phaeopus
  38. Larus michaellis
  39. Larus fuscus
  40. Sterna hirundo
  41. Columba palumbus
  42. Streptopelia decaocto
  43. Megaceryle alcyon
  44. Vireo olivaceus
  45. Sylvia atricapilla
  46. Regulus regulus
  47. Sturnus vulgaris
  48. Turdus merula
  49. Erithacus rubecula
  50. Passer domesticus
  51. Estrilda astrild
  52. Motacilla cinerea
  53. Fringilla coelebs
  54. Pyrrhula murina
  55. Carduelis carduelis
  56. Serinus canaria
  57. Pheucticus ludovicianus



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