Best of the Birds

I want to be more active on this blog, and to do that, I’m going to try to post a collection of my bird photography on a semi-daily basis, using the Sibley Field Guide to Birds as the guide to the order I present them in. Hopefully, doing at least that limited post will stimulate me to write more in general, both here an on my UX blog (which I really need to work on).

Here is my list as I’ll tackle it over the next few months.

I. Loons (3/23/11)

II. Grebes (4/9/11)

III. Albatross, Petrel, Shearwaters & Storm-Petrels (4/9/11)

IV. Pelicans, Anhinga, Cormorants & Gannets (4/13/11)

V. Herons, Egrets & Bitterns (5/2/11)

VI. Wading Birds (Ibis, Spoonbills & Stork) (3/30/13)

VII. Swans & Geese

VIII. Ducks

IX. Sea Ducks

X. Raptors
X.A Eagles
X.B Falcons
X.C Hawks
X.D Vultures

XI. Gamebirds

XII. Coots, Cranes & Rails

XIII. Shorebirds
XIII.A Large shorebirds
XIII.B Peeps

XIV. Jaegers & Skuas

XV. Gulls

XVI. Terns & Skimmers

XVII. Alcids

XVIII. Pigeons

XIX. Doves

XX. Parrots

XXI. Cuckoos, Anis & Roadrunners

XXII. Owls

XXIII. Goatsuckers & Swifts

XXIV. Hummingbirds

XXV. Trogons

XXVI. Kingfishers

XXVII. Woodpeckers

XXVIII. Tyrant Flycatchers

XXIX. Shrikes

XXX. Vireos

XXXI. Jays & Magpies

XXXII. Crows & Ravens


XXXIV. Swallows

XXXV. Chickadees, Titmice & Bushtits

XXXVI. Nuthatches & Creepers

XXXVII. Wrens and Dippers

XXXVIII. Old-World Warblers, Gnatcatchers & Kinglets

XXXIX. Thrushes

XXXX. Catbirds, Mockingbirds and Thrashers

XXXXI. Starlings & Mynahs

XXXXII. Wagtails & Pipits

XXXXIII. Silky Flycatchers & Waxwings

XXXXIV. Wood Warblers I

XXXXV. Wood Warblers II

XXXXVI. Tanagers & Cardinals

XXXXVII. Grosbeaks

XXXXVIII. Sparrows

XXXXIX. Juncos

XXXXX. Towhees

XXXXXI. Blackbirds, Grackles, Cowbirds & Bobolinks

XXXXXII. Meadowlarks & Orioles

XXXXXIII. Crossbills

XXXXXIV. Old World Sparrows

XXXXXV. Other International Species



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