WSOB 2011

Five Maryland youth birders participated on 3 different teams in the 2011 World Series of Birding on May 14, 2011 in Cape May, NJ.

- Amanda joined the Razorbill team, finding 193 species, placing first in the youth division, and placing 3rd overall among all teams.

- Gabby, Emmett, and Callem, making up the Chesapeake Chippers, found 141 species in the lower end of the state, placed 3rd in the youth division, and 13th among all teams.

- Mike was a part of the Delaware Dunlins, finding 141 species in Cape May County alone.

Once again Maryland youth showed that they are the best.

Click here for the overall results.

A complete list of the 141 species found by the Chesapeake Chippers is listed below:

BRANT
GOOSE, Canada
SWAN, Mute
DUCK, Wood
GADWALL
DUCK, American Black
MALLARD
EIDER, Common
SCOTER, Surf
SCOTER, Black
MERGANSER, Red-breasted
DUCK, Ruddy
TURKEY, Wild
GANNET, Northern
CORMORANT, Double-crested
HERON, Great Blue
EGRET, Great
EGRET, Snowy
HERON, Little Blue
HERON, Tricolored
HERON, Green
NIGHT-HERON, Black-crowned
NIGHT-HERON, Yellow-crowned
IBIS, Glossy
VULTURE, Black
VULTURE, Turkey
OSPREY
EAGLE, Bald
HAWK, Red-tailed
KESTREL, American
FALCON, Peregrine
RAIL, Clapper
RAIL, Virginia
MOORHEN, Common
PLOVER, Black-bellied
PLOVER, Semipalmated
PLOVER, Piping
KILLDEER
OYSTERCATCHER, American
SANDPIPER, Spotted
YELLOWLEGS, Greater
WILLET
YELLOWLEGS, Lesser
TURNSTONE, Ruddy
KNOT, Red
SANDERLING
SANDPIPER, Semipalmated
SANDPIPER, Least
SANDPIPER, Purple
DUNLIN
DOWITCHER, Short-billed
JAEGER, Parasitic
GULL, Laughing
GULL, Ring-billed
GULL, Herring
GULL, Great Black-backed
TERN, Least
TERN, Common
TERN, Forster’s
SKIMMER, Black
PIGEON, Rock
DOVE, Mourning
CUCKOO, Yellow-billed
SCREECH-OWL, Eastern
OWL, Great Horned
CHUCK-WILL’S-WIDOW
WHIP-POOR-WILL
SWIFT, Chimney
HUMMINGBIRD, Ruby-throated
KINGFISHER, Belted
WOODPECKER, Red-bellied
WOODPECKER, Downy
WOOD-PEWEE, Eastern
FLYCATCHER, Acadian
PHOEBE, Eastern
FLYCATCHER, Great Crested
KINGBIRD, Eastern
VIREO, White-eyed
VIREO, Blue-headed
VIREO, Warbling
VIREO, Red-eyed
JAY, Blue
CROW, American
CROW, Fish
LARK, Horned
MARTIN, Purple
SWALLOW, N. Rough-winged
SWALLOW, Tree
SWALLOW, Bank
SWALLOW, Barn
CHICKADEE, Carolina
TITMOUSE, Tufted
NUTHATCH, White-breasted
WREN, Carolina
WREN, House
WREN, Marsh
GNATCATCHER, Blue-gray
BLUEBIRD, Eastern
THRUSH, Swainson’s
THRUSH, Wood
ROBIN, American
CATBIRD, Gray
MOCKINGBIRD, Northern
THRASHER, Brown
STARLING, European
WARBLER, Blue-winged
PARULA, Northern
WARBLER, Yellow
WARBLER, Yellow-throated
WARBLER, Pine
WARBLER, Prairie
WARBLER, Black-and-white
WARBLER, Worm-eating
OVENBIRD
WATERTHRUSH, Louisiana
YELLOWTHROAT, Common
WARBLER, Hooded
CHAT, Yellow-breasted
TANAGER, Summer
TANAGER, Scarlet
TOWHEE, Eastern
SPARROW, Chipping
SPARROW, Field
SPARROW, Savannah
SPARROW, Grasshopper
SPARROW, Seaside
SPARROW, Song
SPARROW, Swamp
SPARROW, Saltmarsh
CARDINAL, Northern
GROSBEAK, Blue
BUNTING, Indigo
BLACKBIRD, Red-winged
GRACKLE, Common
GRACKLE, Boat-tailed
COWBIRD, Brown-headed
ORIOLE, Orchard
ORIOLE, Baltimore
FINCH, House
GOLDFINCH, American
SPARROW, House