North American Birds

VOLUME 69 No1 2016

A Quarterly Journal of Ornithological Record Published by the American Birding Association. The mission of the journal is to provide a complete overview of the changing panorama of our continent’s birdlife.

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N O R T H A M E R I C A N B I R D S 168 C E N T R A L A M E R I C A Karl Kaufmann, Marie Ken- nedy, Oliver Komar, Howard Laidlaw, Alex Lamereaux, Ra - fael Lao (RLa), Rafael Luck, Julio Madrid, David Mejía (DMej), Mayron Mejía, Israel Manzanero, Marcio Martínez (MMa), Roni Martínez, Da - vid Medina (DMed), Elmer Medrano, Yaneth Menéndez, Rosabel Miró (RMi), Sandra Miura, Álvaro Moisés, Darien Montañez (Panama), Chuck Mora, Luis Noack, Max No - ack, Patrick O'Donnell, Wil- liams Orellana, Roy Orozco, Maynor Ovando, Luis Paz, José Pérez (JPe), Ryan Phillips, Ruth Pierson (RPi), Fredy Pineda, Jorge Portillo, Osvaldo Quin - tero, Héctor Quiteño, Alfred Raab, Juan Pablo Ríos, Miguel Ríos, Rob Ripma, Jorge Eduardo Ruano, Dave Russum, José Soto, José Tejada, Leo Ureña, John van Dort (Honduras), Katy van Dusen, Rob van Epps, Kevin Vande Vusse, David Vargas, Juan Diego Vargas, Herman Ven - egas, Nathaniel Wander, Venicio Wilson, Jafeth Zablah (JaZ), Jim Zook (Costa Rica) . n –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– H. Lee Jones, 58 Far West Street, Punta Gorda, Belize, ( Oliver Komar, Zamorano University, Department of Environment and Development Studies Km 35, Carretera a Danlí, Francisco Morazán, Honduras, ( nett, Guido Berguido, Jason Berry, Jim and Dorothy Beveridge, Melvin Bonilla, Victor Bo - nilla, Rudy Botzoc (RBo), Lilly Briggs, John Paul Cahill, Edwin Calderón (EdC), Euclides Campos, Vernon Campos, Liliana Chavarría- Duriaux (Nicaragua), Johan Chaves, Enrique Choussy (ECh), Antonius Cornelissen, Glenn Crawford, Jan Axel Cubilla (Panama), Marta Curtí, Francis Deruwe, Joris Deruwe, Ramiro Duque, Kevin Easley (KEa), Carlos Echever - ría, Knut Eisermann (Guatemala), Anna Fa- soli, Johan Fernández, Dirk Francisco, Gilberto Flores-Walter, Carlos Funes, Robert Gallardo (RGa), Leonardo Garrigues, Kees Groenendijk, Alexis Guevara, Richard Guillet, Rafael Gutiér - rez (RaG), Seth Inman, Ovidio Jaramillo, Lee Jones (Belize), Roselvy Juárez (El Salvador), in Petén, where 20 were seen at Santa Elena 18 Oct (JPC). Contributors (country coordinators in bold- face): Jeniffer Abrego, Ariel Aguirre, Daniel Aldana, Valeria Alvarez, Richard Anderson, George Angehr (Panama), Christian Artuso (CAr), Claudia Avendaño, Seth Beaudreault, Raymond Belding, Ileana Benítez, Craig Ben - This Stygian Owl found roosting near Catacamas on 5 October 2014 was unexpected, as the species is seldom reported in Honduras. Photograph by David Mejía. Although there is at least one unconfrmed sight record of Townsend's Warbler from Belize, this individual was the frst to be photographed, thus confrming its presence as a vagrant in Belize. It was found feeding on the lawn along the edge of the parking lot at St. Herman's Blue Hole National Park 24 October 2014. Photograph by Elmer Medrano. West Indies & Bermuda Santo Domingo 5 Oct (SB, KW). Three Black- bellied Whistling-Ducks were found at Cable Beach, New Providence 29 Jul and remained until 15 Aug (PD, m.ob.). An infux of Ful - vous Whistling-Ducks occurred in the Lesser Antilles. At Sainte Anne, Guadeloupe, 18 were shot by hunters 15 Nov, but 7 were present 17 Nov (AL); 7 were at Sainte Anne, Martinique 22 Nov (DB); and up to 9 wintered at Wood - bourne Shorebird Reserve, Barbados 30 Nov+ (JMo, WB, JW). A female Wood Duck at Ardas - tra Gardens & Zoo, Nassau 30 Nov+ (MG) was not part of the zoo's collection. White-cheeked Pintails at the Cruise Ship Terminal on Grand Turk 4 Nov were unusual there (JN). Seven Green-winged Teal at Sandy Point, Abaco 20 Sep were early and at an unusual location (EB). Rare anywhere in the Region, a Cinnamon Teal was at Cabo Rojo N.W.R., Puerto Rico 15 Oct–3 Nov (JS, PAR, ph. WH). A fock of 12 American Black Ducks was noted at Grand G uadeloupe struck gold this season, with two Black-winged Stilts and a Green Sandpiper both providing frst records for the Region, not to mention a rare Wood Sandpiper and an exceptional array of Neo - tropical migrant passerines. A Common Cuck- oo at St. Lucy was a second for the Region and for Barbados. Bermudian highlights included its frst Redhead since 1987, a record number of Least Terns, and a Northern Rough-winged Swallow. The Bahama Arichipelago had an - other quiet fall with no hurricanes; locally rare species included Buffehead, Trindade Petrel, Fork-tailed Flycatcher, Brown Thrasher, and New Providence's frst Blue-gray Gnatcatcher in recent memory. WATERFOWL THROUGH FALCONS In the Dominican Republic, a typical count of West Indian Whistling-Ducks (14) was re - ported from the Jardín Botánico Nacional, Robert L. Norton Anthony White Andrew Dobson Anthony Levesque ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

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