Feb. 20, 2014 – Old Port Isabel Road, Brownsville Dump, Sabal Palms

Weather was overcast, warm and windy at the start with clearing late in the trip. Despite the wind we were able to find both Aplomado Falcon and Cassin’s Sparrow along Old PI Road. The Dump was its usual smelly but wonderful self. At Sabal Palms we found almost all the usual suspects but only one of us was able to spot the becard (so I left it off the trip list).

  1. Black-bellied Whistling-Duck
  2. Gadwall
  3. Mottled Duck
  4. Blue-winged Teal
  5. Northern Shoveler
  6. Green-winged Teal
  7. Ruddy Duck
  8. Plain Chachalaca
  9. Northern Bobwhite
  10. Pied-billed Grebe
  11. Neotropic Cormorant
  12. Double-crested Cormorant
  13. Great Egret
  14. Little Blue Heron
  15. Cattle Egret
  16. Black Vulture
  17. Turkey Vulture
  18. White-tailed Kite
  19. Northern Harrier
  20. Harris’s Hawk
  21. White-tailed Hawk
  22. Red-tailed Hawk
  23. Crested Caracara
  24. American Kestrel
  25. Aplomado Falcon
  26. Peregrine Falcon
  27. American Coot
  28. Killdeer
  29. Black-necked Stilt
  30. American Avocet
  31. Long-billed Curlew
  32. Long-billed Dowitcher
  33. Laughing Gull
  34. Ring-billed Gull
  35. Herring Gull
  36. Glaucous Gull
  37. Rock Pigeon
  38. Eurasian Collared-Dove
  39. Mourning Dove
  40. Inca Dove
  41. White-tipped Dove
  42. Hummingbird sp.
  43. Golden-fronted Woodpecker
  44. Ladder-backed Woodpecker
  45. Loggerhead Shrike
  46. White-eyed Vireo
  47. Green Jay
  48. Chihuahuan Raven
  49. Horned Lark
  50. Black-crested Titmouse
  51. Cactus Wren
  52. CarolinaWren
  53. Bewick’s Wren
  54. Clay-colored Robin
  55. Gray Catbird
  56. Northern Mockingbird
  57. Long-billed Thrasher
  58. European Starling
  59. Orange-crowned Warbler
  60. Yellow-throated Warbler
  61. Olive Sparrow
  62. Cassin’s Sparrow
  63. Northern Cardinal
  64. Red-winged Blackbird
  65. Eastern Meadowlark
  66. Great-tailed Grackle
  67. Brown-headed Cowbird
  68. American Goldfinch
  69. House Sparrow