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New Mexico 2000-2011

Common Species Lists

Common Species
Common Name Bad Code(s)
 Generally expected in region.
  Canada Goose (B)
  Wood Duck (B)
  Gadwall (B)
  Mallard (B)
  Blue-winged Teal (B)
  Cinnamon Teal (B)
  Northern Shoveler (B)
  Northern Pintail (B)
  Green-winged Teal (B)
  Redhead (B)
  Common Merganser (B)
  Ruddy Duck (B)
  Ring-necked Pheasant (B)
  unid. Dusky Grouse / Sooty Grouse (B)
  Lesser Prairie-Chicken (B)
  Wild Turkey (B)
  Scaled Quail (B)
  Gambel's Quail (B)
  Northern Bobwhite (B)
  Montezuma Quail (B)
  Pied-billed Grebe (B)
  Eared Grebe (B)
  Western Grebe (B)
  Clark's Grebe (B)
  Neotropic Cormorant (B)
  Double-crested Cormorant (B)
  American Bittern (B)
  Great Blue Heron (B)
  Great Egret (B)
  Snowy Egret (B)
  Cattle Egret (B)
  Green Heron (B)
  Black-crowned Night-Heron (B)
  Turkey Vulture (B)
  Mississippi Kite (B)
  Sharp-shinned Hawk (B)
  Cooper's Hawk (B)
  Northern Goshawk (B)
  Common Black-Hawk (B)
  Harris's Hawk (B)
  Swainson's Hawk (B)
  Zone-tailed Hawk (B)
  Red-tailed Hawk (B)
  Ferruginous Hawk (B)
  Golden Eagle (B)
  American Kestrel (B)
  Prairie Falcon (B)
  Virginia Rail (B)
  Sora (B)
  Common Gallinule (B)
  American Coot (B)
  Snowy Plover (B)
  Killdeer (B)
  Mountain Plover (B)
  Black-necked Stilt (B)
  American Avocet (B)
  Spotted Sandpiper (B)
  Long-billed Curlew (B)
  Wilson's Snipe (B)
  Least Tern (B)
  Rock Pigeon (B)
  Band-tailed Pigeon (B)
  White-winged Dove (B)
  Mourning Dove (B)
  Inca Dove (B)
  Yellow-billed Cuckoo (B)
  Greater Roadrunner (B)
  Barn Owl (B)
  Flammulated Owl (B)
  Western Screech-Owl (B)
  Great Horned Owl (B)
  Northern Pygmy-Owl (B)
  Elf Owl (B)
  Burrowing Owl (B)
  Spotted Owl (B)
  Long-eared Owl (B)
  Northern Saw-whet Owl (B)
  Lesser Nighthawk (B)
  Common Nighthawk (B)
  Common Poorwill (B)
  unid. Mexican / Eastern Whip-poor-will (B)
  White-throated Swift (B)
  Black-chinned Hummingbird (B)
  Broad-tailed Hummingbird (B)
  Belted Kingfisher (B)
  Lewis's Woodpecker (NB)
  Red-headed Woodpecker (NB)
  Acorn Woodpecker (NB)
  Gila Woodpecker (NB)
  Red-naped Sapsucker (B)
  Williamson's Sapsucker (B)
  Ladder-backed Woodpecker (NB)
  Downy Woodpecker (NB)
  Hairy Woodpecker (NB)
  American Three-toed Woodpecker (NB)
  (Red-shafted Flicker) Northern Flicker (NB)
  (Yellow-shafted Flicker) Northern Flicker (NB)
  (unid. Red/Yellow Shafted) Northern Flicker (NB)
  Olive-sided Flycatcher (B)
  Greater Pewee (B)
  Western Wood-Pewee (B)
  Willow Flycatcher (B)
  Hammond's Flycatcher (B)
  Gray Flycatcher (B)
  Dusky Flycatcher (B)
  Cordilleran Flycatcher (B)
  Black Phoebe (B)
  Say's Phoebe (B)
  Vermilion Flycatcher (B)
  Dusky-capped Flycatcher (B)
  Ash-throated Flycatcher (B)
  Brown-crested Flycatcher (B)
  Cassin's Kingbird (B)
  Western Kingbird (B)
  Eastern Kingbird (B)
  Scissor-tailed Flycatcher (B)
  Loggerhead Shrike (B)
  Bell's Vireo (B)
  Gray Vireo (B)
  Plumbeous Vireo (B)
  Hutton's Vireo (B)
  Warbling Vireo (B)
  Gray Jay (B)
  Steller's Jay (B)
  Blue Jay (B)
  Western Scrub-Jay (B)
  Mexican Jay (B)
  Pinyon Jay (B)
  Clark's Nutcracker (B)
  Black-billed Magpie (B)
  American Crow (B)
  Chihuahuan Raven (B)
  Common Raven (B)
  Horned Lark (B)
  Purple Martin (B)
  Tree Swallow (B)
  Violet-green Swallow (B)
  Northern Rough-winged Swallow (B)
  Cliff Swallow (B)
  Barn Swallow (B)
  Black-capped Chickadee (B)
  Mountain Chickadee (B)
  Bridled Titmouse (B)
  Juniper Titmouse (B)
  Verdin (NB)
  Bushtit (B)
  Red-breasted Nuthatch (B)
  White-breasted Nuthatch (B)
  Pygmy Nuthatch (B)
  Brown Creeper (B)
  Cactus Wren (NB)
  Rock Wren (NB)
  Canyon Wren (NB)
  Bewick's Wren (NB)
  House Wren (NB)
  American Dipper (B)
  Golden-crowned Kinglet (B)
  Ruby-crowned Kinglet (B)
  Blue-gray Gnatcatcher (B)
  Black-tailed Gnatcatcher (B)
  Eastern Bluebird (B)
  Western Bluebird (B)
  Mountain Bluebird (B)
  Townsend's Solitaire (B)
  Hermit Thrush (B)
  American Robin (B)
  Gray Catbird (B)
  Northern Mockingbird (B)
  Sage Thrasher (B)
  Bendire's Thrasher (B)
  Curve-billed Thrasher (B)
  Crissal Thrasher (B)
  European Starling (B)
  American Pipit (B)
  Phainopepla (B)
  Olive Warbler (B)
  Orange-crowned Warbler (B)
  Virginia's Warbler (B)
  Lucy's Warbler (B)
  Yellow Warbler (B)
  (Myrtle Warbler) Yellow-rumped Warbler (B)
  (Audubon's Warbler) Yellow-rumped Warbler (B)
  (unid. Myrtle/Audubon's) Yellow-rumped Warbler (B)
  Black-throated Gray Warbler (B)
  Grace's Warbler (B)
  MacGillivray's Warbler (B)
  Common Yellowthroat (B)
  Red-faced Warbler (B)
  Painted Redstart (B)
  Yellow-breasted Chat (B)
  Hepatic Tanager (B)
  Summer Tanager (B)
  Western Tanager (B)
  Green-tailed Towhee (B)
  Spotted Towhee (B)
  Canyon Towhee (B)
  Abert's Towhee (B)
  Cassin's Sparrow (B)
  Rufous-crowned Sparrow (B)
  Chipping Sparrow (B)
  Brewer's Sparrow (B)
  Black-chinned Sparrow (B)
  Vesper Sparrow (B)
  Lark Sparrow (B)
  Black-throated Sparrow (B)
  Sage Sparrow (B)
  Lark Bunting (B)
  Savannah Sparrow (B)
  Grasshopper Sparrow (B)
  Song Sparrow (B)
  Lincoln's Sparrow (B)
  White-crowned Sparrow (B)
  (Oregon Junco) Dark-eyed Junco (B)
  (Pink-sided Junco) Dark-eyed Junco (B)
  (Gray-headed Junco) Dark-eyed Junco (B)
  (unid. race) Dark-eyed Junco (B)
  Yellow-eyed Junco (B)
  Northern Cardinal (B)
  Pyrrhuloxia (B)
  Black-headed Grosbeak (B)
  Blue Grosbeak (B)
  Lazuli Bunting (B)
  Indigo Bunting (B)
  Red-winged Blackbird (B)
  Eastern Meadowlark (B)
  Western Meadowlark (B)
  Yellow-headed Blackbird (B)
  Brewer's Blackbird (B)
  Great-tailed Grackle (B)
  Common Grackle (B)
  Bronzed Cowbird (B),(NB),(ON)
  Brown-headed Cowbird (B),(NB),(ON)
  Orchard Oriole (B)
  Hooded Oriole (B)
  Bullock's Oriole (B)
  Scott's Oriole (B)
  Pine Grosbeak (B)
  Cassin's Finch (B)
  House Finch (B)
  Red Crossbill (B)
  Pine Siskin (B)
  Lesser Goldfinch (Black-backed Lesser Goldfinch) (B)
  Lesser Goldfinch (Green-backed Lesser Goldfinch) (B)
  Lesser Goldfinch (B)
  Evening Grosbeak (B)
  House Sparrow (B)
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