Bird-banding Totals for September

  NJMC Naturalist Mike Newhouse has compiled the bird-banding statistics for September. He and his band of banders banded 52 species and 551 birds total. New species for the three-year project were Scarlet Tanager, Great Crested Flycatcher (above) and Acadian Flycatcher.

Full list follows. Asterisk denotes threatened, enadangered or special-concern species in New Jersey (5 total).

Bird Banding Totals
Erie landfill & Harrier Meadow
Sept. 2010
Total Species 52
Total Birds Banded: 551

American Goldfinch-19

American Kestrel-3 *

American Redstart-10

American Robin-13

Baltimore Oriole-1

Black and White Warbler-2

Blue Grosbeak-3

Blue Jay- 1

Blackpoll Warbler-6

Black-throated Green Warbler-1 *

Canada Warbler-1

Connecticut Warbler-3

Common Yellowthroat-37

Chestnut-sided Warbler-1

Downy Woodpecker-5

Eastern Phoebe-5

Great-crested Flycatcher-1

Gray Catbird-57

Hermit Thrush-1

House Finch-2

House Wren-1

Indigo Bunting-11

Least Flycatcher-8  *

Lincoln's Sparrow-11

Magnolia Warbler-10

Mourning Dove-1

Northern Cardinal-3

Northern Flicker-2

Northern Mockingbird-26

Northern Waterthrush-22


Praire Warbler-3

Ruby-crowned Kinglet-3

Red-eyed Vireo-2

Red-winged Blackbird-1

Savannah Sparrow-87 *

Scarlet Tanager-1

Song Sparrow-49

Swamp Sparrow-8

Traill's Flycatcher-37


Warblering Vireo-2

White-crowned Sparrow-1

White-eyed Vireo-1

White-throated Sparrow-3

Wilson's Warbler-1

Yellow-breasted Chat-2   *

Yellow-bellied Flycatcher-2

Palm Warbler-53

Yellow Warbler-22

Yellow-rumped Warbler-2


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