San Antonio Bird Checklist (My Patch) – all species recorded by me personally within a walk of the house – as of March 2020

  1. Great tinamouTinamus major
  2. Little tinamouCrypturellus soui
  3. Gray-headed chachalaca – Ortalis cinereiceps
  4. Crested guanPenelope purpurascens
  5. Rock pigeon – Columba livia
  6. Red-billed pigeon – Patagioenas flavirostris
  7. Band-tailed pigeonPatagioenas fasciata
  8. White-winged doveZenaida asiatica
  9. Inca dove – Columbina inca
  10. Ruddy ground-dove – Columbina talpacoti
  11. White-tipped dove – Leptotila verreauxi
  12. Yellow-billed cuckoo – Coccyzus americanus
  13. Groove-billed ani – Crotophaga sulcirostris
  14. Squirrel cuckoo – Piaya cayana
  15. Common pauraqueNictidromus albicollis
  16. White-collared swift – Streptoprocne zonaris
  17. Vaux’s swift – Chaetura vauxi
  18. White-necked jacobin – Florisuga mellivora
  19. Green hermit – Phaethornis guy
  20. Stripe-throated hermit – Phaethornis striigularis
  21. Violet sabrewing – Campylopterus hemileucurus
  22. Green-crowned brilliantHeliodoxa jacula
  23. Talamanca hummingbirdEugenes fulgens
  24. Long-billed starthroatHeliomaster longirostris
  25. Green-fronted lancebillDoryfera ludovicae
  26. Brown violetearColibri delphinae
  27. Lesser violetear – Colibri cyanotus
  28. Purple-crowned fairyHeliothryx barroti
  29. Green-breasted mango – Anthracothorax prevostii
  30. Green thorntailDiscosura conversii
  31. Black-crested coquette Lophornis helenae
  32. Green-crowned brilliantHeliodoxa jacula
  33. Talamanca hummingbirdEugenes spectabilis
  34. Long-billed starthroatHeliomaster longirostris
  35. Fiery-throated hummingbirdPanterpe insignis
  36. Ruby-throated HummingbirdArchilochus colubris
  37. Scintillant hummingbird – Selasphorus scintilla
  38. Garden emeraldChlorostilbon assimilis
  39. Violet-headed hummingbirdKlais guimeti
  40. Violet sabrewingCampylopterus hemileucurus
  41. Crowned woodnymph – Thalurania colombica
  42. SnowcapMicrochera albocoronata
  43. Blue-vented hummingbirdAmazilia hoffmanni
  44. Rufous-tailed hummingbird – Amazilia tzacatl
  45. Russet-naped wood-rail – Aramides albiventris
  46. Purple gallinulePorphyrio martinica
  47. White-throated crake – Laterallus albigularis
  48. Southern lapwingVanellus chilensis
  49. Northern jacanaJacana spinosa
  50. Spotted sandpiperActitis macularius
  51. Sunbittern – Eurypyga helias
  52. Fasciated tiger-heron – Tigrisoma fasciatum
  53. Great blue heron – Ardea herodias 
  54. Great egretArdea alba
  55. Cattle egret – Bulbulcus ibis
  56. Green heron – Butorides virescens
  57. King vultureSarcoramphus papa
  58. Black vulture – Coragyps atratus
  59. Turkey vulture – Cathartes aura
  60. White-tailed kite – Elanus leucurus
  61. Swallow-tailed kite – Elanoides forficatus
  62. Black hawk-eagleSpizaetus tyrannus
  63. Ornate hawk-eagleSpizaetus ornatus
  64. Sharp-shinned hawkAccipiter striatus
  65. Bicolored hawk – Accipiter bicolor
  66. Barred hawk – Leucopternis princeps
  67. Roadside hawk – Buteo magnirostris
  68. Broad-winged hawk – Buteo platypterus
  69. Short-tailed hawkButeo brachyuru
  70. Swainson’s hawk – Buteo swainsoni
  71. Red-tailed hawk – Buteo jamaicensis
  72. Bare-shanked screech-owl – Megascops clarkii
  73. Tropical screech-owl – Megascops choliba
  74. Costa Rican pygmy-owlGlaucidium costaricanum
  75. Mottled owlCiccaba virgata
  76. Gartered trogonTrogon caligatus
  77. Lesson’s motmot – Momotus lessonii
  78. Green kingfisher – Chloroceryle americana
  79. Red-headed barbet – Eubucco bourcierii
  80. Northern emerald-toucanet – Aulacorhynchus prasinus
  81. Collared araçari – Pteroglossus torquatus
  82. Keel-billed toucan – Ramphastos sulfuratus
  83. Yellow-bellied sapsucker – Sphyrapicus varius
  84. Black-cheeked woodpecker – Melanerpes pucherani
  85. Hoffmann’s woodpecker – Melanerpes hoffmannii
  86. Lineated woodpeckerDryocopus lineatus
  87. Rufous-winged woodpecker – Piculus simplex
  88. Golden-olive woodpecker – Piculus rubiginosus
  89. Crested caracaraCaracara cheriway
  90. Yellow-headed caracaraMilvago chimachima
  91. Laughing falconHerpetotheres cachinnans
  92. Bat falconFalco rufigularis
  93. Peregrine falconFalco peregrinus
  94. Brown-hooded parrotPionopsitta haematotis
  95. White-crowned parrot – Pionus senilis
  96. Crimson-fronted parakeet – Aratinga finschi
  97. Barred antshrikeThamnophilus doliatus
  98. Dusky antbirdCercomacra tyrannina
  99. Zeledon’s antbirdHafferia zeledoni
  100. Black-faced antthrushFormicarius analis
  101. Olivaceous woodcreeper – Sittasomus griseicapillus
  102. Plain-brown woodcreeperDendrocincla fugilinosa
  103. Wedge-billed woodcreeperGlyphorynchus spirurus
  104. Northern barred-woodcreeperDendrocolaptes sanctithornae
  105. Cocoa woodcreeperXiphorhynchus susurrans
  106. Spotted woodcreeperXiphorhynchus erythropigius
  107. Streak-headed woodcreeper – Lepidocolaptes souleyetii
  108. Brown-billed scythebillCampylorhamphus pusillus
  109. Plain xenopsXenops minutus
  110. Buff-throated foliage-gleaner –  Automolus ochrolaemus
  111. Spotted barbtailPremnoplex brunnescens
  112. Slaty spinetailSynallaxis brachyura
  113. Red-faced spinetail – Cranioleuca erythrops
  114. White-ruffed manakinCorapipo altera
  115. White-collared manakinManacus candei
  116. White-crowned manakinDixiphia pipra
  117. Black-crowned tityraTityra inquisitor
  118. Masked tityraTityra semifasciata
  119. Cinnamon becardPachyramphus cinnamomeus
  120. White-winged becardPachyramphus polychopterus
  121. Olive-striped flycatcher – Mionectes olivaceus
  122. Ochre-bellied flycatcherMionectes oleagineus
  123. Slaty-capped flycatcherLeptopogon amaurocephalus
  124. Scale-crested pygmy-tyrantLophotriccus pileatus
  125. Common tody-flycatcher – Todirostrum cinereum
  126. Yellow-olive flycatcher – Tolmomyias sulphurescens
  127. Yellow-bellied elaenia – Elaenia flavogaster
  128. Mountain elaenia – Elaenia frantzii
  129. Torrent tyrannuletSerpophaga cinerea
  130. Mistletoe tyrannulet – Zimmerius parvus
  131. Olive-sided flycatcherContopus cooperi
  132. Western wood-pewee – Contupus sordidulus
  133. Eastern wood-pewee – Contupus virens
  134. Tropical pewee – Contupus cinereus
  135. Alder/Willow flycatcher – Empidonax alnorum/traillii
  136. Yellow-bellied flycatcher – Empidonax flaviventris
  137. Yellowish flycatcher – Empidonax flavescens
  138. Black phoebe – Sayornis nigricans
  139. Bright-rumped attilaAttila spadiceus
  140. Dusky-capped flycatcher – Myiarchus tuberculifer
  141. Great crested flycatcher – Myiarchus crinitus
  142. Great kiskadee – Pitangus sulphuratus
  143. Boat-billed flycatcherMegarynchus pitangua
  144. Social flycatcher – Myiozetetes similis
  145. Gray-capped flycatcher – Myiozetetes granadensis
  146. Sulphur-bellied flycatcher – Myodynastes luteiventris
  147. Piratic flycatcher – Legatus leucophaius
  148. Tropical kingbird – Tyrannus melancholicus
  149. Eastern kingbird – Tyrannus tyrannus
  150. Lesser greenlet – Hylophilus decurtatus
  151. White-eyed vireoVireo griseus
  152. Yellow-throated vireo – Vireo flavifrons
  153. Philadelphia vireo – Vireo philadelphicus
  154. Red-eyed vireo – Vireo olivaceus
  155. Yellow-green vireo – Vireo flavoviridis
  156. Brown jay Psilorhinus morio
  157. Blue-and-white swallow – Pygochelidon cyanoleuca
  158. Northern rough-winged swallow – Stelgidopteryx serripennis
  159. Southern rough-winged swallow – Stelgidopteryx
  160. Gray-breasted martin – Progne chalibea
  161. Barn swallow – Hirundo rustica
  162. Cliff swallowPetrochelidon pyrrhonota
  163. Long-billed gnatwrenRamphocaenus melanurus
  164. Tropical gnatcatcher – Polioptila plumbea
  165. House wren – Troglodytes aedon
  166. Band-backed wren – Campylorhynchus zonatus
  167. Black-throated wrenPheugopedius atrogularis
  168. Stripe-breasted wrenCantorchilus thoracicus
  169. Cabanis’s wren – Thryothorus modestus
  170. Bay wren – Thryothorus nigricapillus
  171. White-breasted wood-wren – Henicorhina leucosticta
  172. American dipper – Cinclus mexicanus
  173. Gray catbirdDumetella carolinensis
  174. Tropical mockingbirdMimus gilvus
  175. Orange-billed nightingale-thrush – Catharus aurantiirostris
  176. Swainson’s thrush – Catharus ustulatus
  177. Wood thrush – Hylocichla mustelina
  178. Mountain thrush – Turdus plebejus
  179. Clay-colored thrush Turdus grayi
  180. Long-tailed silky-flycatcher – Ptiliogonys caudatus
  181. Golden-browed chlorophonia – Chlorophonia
  182. Yellow-crowned euphonia – Euphonia luteicapilla
  183. Yellow-throated euphonia – Euphonia hirundinacea
  184. Tawny-capped euphoniaEuphonia anneae
  185. Elegant euphonia – Euphonia elegantissima
  186. Olive-backed euphoniaEuphonia gouldi
  187. White-vented euphonia – Euphonia minuta
  188. Ashy-throated chlorospingusChlorospingus canigularis
  189. Common chlorospingus – Chlorospingus flavopectus
  190. Black-striped sparrow – Arremonops conirostris
  191. Orange-billed sparrow Arremon aurantiirostris
  192. Chestnut-capped brushfinchArremon brunneinucha
  193. Sooty-faced finchArremon crassirostris
  194. Rufous-collared sparrow – Zonotrichia capensis
  195. White-eared ground-sparrow – Melozone leucotis
  196. White-naped brush-finch – Atlapetes albinucha
  197. Yellow-breasted chatIcteria virens
  198. Eastern meadowlark – Sturnella magna
  199. Chestnut-headed oropendola – Psarocolius wagleri
  200. Montezuma oropendola – Psarocolius montezuma
  201. Black-cowled oriole – Icterus prosthemelas
  202. Baltimore oriole – Icterus galbula
  203. Shiny cowbirdMolothrus bonariensis
  204. Bronzed cowbird – Molothrus aeneus
  205. Giant cowbird – Molothrus oryzivorus
  206. Melodious blackbird – Dives dives
  207. Great-tailed grackle – Quiscalus mexicanus
  208. Louisiana waterthrush – Parkesia motacilla
  209. Golden-winged warbler – Vermivora chrysoptera
  210. Black-and-white warbler – Mniotilta varia
  211. Prothonotary warbler – Protonotaria citrea
  212. Tennessee warblerLeiothlypis peregrina
  213. Gray-crowned yellowthroat – Geothlypis poliocephala
  214. Mourning warbler – Oporornis philadelphia
  215. Kentucky warbler – Oporornis formosus
  216. Hooded warbler – Setophaga citrina
  217. Cape May warbler – Setophaga tigrina
  218. Tropical parula – Setophaga pitiayumi
  219. Magnolia warblerSetophaga magnolia
  220. Blackburnian warbler – Setophaga fusca
  221. Yellow warbler – Setophaga petechia
  222. Chestnut-sided warbler – Setophaga pensylvanica
  223. Yellow-throated warbler – Setophaga dominica
  224. Black-throated green warbler – Setophaga virens
  225. Rufous-capped warbler – Basileuterus rufifrons
  226. Golden-crowned warbler – Basileuterus culicivorus
  227. Costa Rican warbler Basileuterus melanotis
  228. Buff-rumped warblerMyiothlypis fulvicauda
  229. Canada warbler – Cardellina canadensis
  230. Wilson’s warbler – Cardellina pusilla
  231. Slate-throated redstart – Myioborus miniatus
  232. Dusky-faced tanagerMitrospingus cassinii
  233. Summer tanager – Piranga rubra
  234. Scarlet tanager – Piranga olivacea
  235. Rose-breasted grosbeak – Pheucticus ludovicianus
  236. Indigo BuntingPasserina cyanea
  237. White-shouldered tanagerTachyphonus luctuosus
  238. White-lined tanager – Tachyphonus rufus
  239. Crimson-collared tanager – Ramphocelus sanguinolentus
  240. Scarlet-rumped tanager – Ramphocelus passerinii
  241. Blue-gray tanager – Thraupis episcopus
  242. Palm tanager – Thraupis palmarum 
  243. Speckled tanagerIxothraupis guttata
  244. Golden-hooded tanager – Tangara larvata
  245. Bay-headed tanagerTangara gyrola
  246. Silver-throated tanager – Tangara icterocephala
  247. Scarlet-thighed dacnisDacnis venusta
  248. Green honeycreeperChlorophanes spiza
  249. Slaty flowerpiercer – Diglossa plumbea
  250. Blue-black grassquitVolatinia jacarina
  251. Thick-billed seed-finch – Oryzoborus funereus
  252. Variable seedeater – Sporophila americana
  253. Bananaquit Coereba flaveola
  254. Yellow-faced grassquit – Tiaris olivaceus
  255. Buff-throated saltator – Saltator maximus
  256. Black-headed saltator – Saltator atriceps
  257. Grayish saltator – Saltator coerulescens

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