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Count Summary Report
Count Name: Osa Peninsula,
Puntarenas, Costa
Rica
Organizations & Osa Birds: Research
Sponsors: and Conservation,
Bosque del Rio Tigre,
SINAC ACOSA con
UNED, Lapa Rios, El
Remanso, Everyday
Adventures, Osa
Conservation, Osa
Safari Rainforest
Adventures, Osa
Wild-ASCONA, Ave
Azul de Osa,
Aventuras Tropicales
Golfo Dulce.

Printout Date: 2/27/2018

Count Code: CROP

# of Party Hours: 193.50

Count Date: 12/16/2017

Species reported on 271
count date:

Compiler(s)
First Name

Last Name

Email

Is Primary Compiler

Karen

Leavelle

karenleavelle@osabirds.org

Yes

Start & End Times
Start time

End time

05:30 AM

07:00 PM

Effort
Observers
In Field

Total Number: 84
Minimum Number of Parties (daylight): 25
Maximum Number of Parties (daylight): 25

At Feeders

Total Number: 5
Party Hours and Distance (excludes viewing at feeders and nocturnal birding)

By

Hours

Distance

Units

Foot

180.50

90.00

Kilometers

Car

9.00

14.00

Kilometers

Air
All-Terrain Vehicle
Bicycle
Dog Sled
Golfcart
Horseback
Motorized Boat

Count Summary Report
Non-Motorized Boat

4.00

3.50

Printout Date: 2/27/2018
Kilometers

Skis/Xc-Skis
Snowmachine
Snowshoe
Wheelchair
Other Time and Distance
Hours

Distance

At Feeders

12.00

Nocturnal Birding

0.50

0.00

Total Party

193.50

107.50

Units

Kilometers

Weather
Temperature

Minimum: 25.0 Celsius

Maximum: 30.0 Celsius

Wind Velocity

Minimum:

Maximum:

Snow Depth

Minimum:

Maximum:

Wind Direction

Calm

Still Water
Moving Water
AM and PM Conditions
Cloud Cover

AM: Clear

AM Rain

None

AM Snow

None

PM Rain

None

PM Snow

None

PM: Cloudy

Checklist
Species

Number or cw

Great Tinamou

Flags

Max Number

# Of Counts Editor Comm.

151

151/118

8

Little Tinamou

13

22/111

8

Black-bellied WhistlingDuck

51

51/118

6

Blue-winged Teal

12

12/118

2

Gray-headed Chachalaca 42

42/118

8

Crested Guan

4

18/113

8

Great Curassow

5

19/115

8

Least Grebe

1

1/118

2

Wood Stork

2

2/118

5

Count Summary Report

Printout Date: 2/27/2018

Magnificent Frigatebird

14

21/114

8

Neotropic Cormorant

2

3/117

8

Brown Pelican

125

125/118

8

Fasciated Tiger-Heron

1

2/113

8

Bare-throated TigerHeron

22

22/118

8

Great Blue Heron (Blue
form)

2

6/113

8

Great Egret

6

16/113

8

Snowy Egret

14

18/111

8

Little Blue Heron

21

21/118

8

Tricolored Heron

7

7/118

6

Cattle Egret

377

377/118

8

Green Heron

12

12/118

8

Yellow-crowned NightHeron

3

9/111

7

Boat-billed Heron

20

118/115

8

White Ibis

82

82/118

8

Roseate Spoonbill

1

5/111

5

Black Vulture

236

243/113

8

Turkey Vulture

111

111/118

8

Lesser Yellow-headed
Vulture

2

2/118

2

King Vulture

10

18/114

8

Osprey

2

4/117

6

Pearl Kite

4

5/112

5

White-tailed Kite

1

1/118

2

Gray-headed Kite

6

6/118

8

Swallow-tailed Kite

58

58/118

8

Black Hawk-Eagle

1

3/111

6

Double-toothed Kite

8

11/112

8

Tiny Hawk

2

2/118

5

Crane Hawk

1

3/117

5

Common Black Hawk

12

15/117

8

Great Black Hawk

3

5/113

3

Roadside Hawk

36

38/113

8

White Hawk

3

12/113

8

Gray-lined Hawk

1

2/117

4

Broad-winged Hawk

2

13/113

8

Short-tailed Hawk

2

5/115

8

White-throated Crake

5

12/115

8

Count Summary Report

Printout Date: 2/27/2018

Gray-necked Wood-Rail

19

19/118

8

Purple Gallinule

7

7/118

8

Common Gallinule

1

1/118

2

Black-necked Stilt

2

3/116

2

Black-bellied Plover

4

4/118

2

Southern Lapwing

10

21/113

7

Semipalmated Plover

12

12/118

4

Northern Jacana

15

23/115

8

Spotted Sandpiper

25

25/118

8

Solitary Sandpiper

2

3/112

2

Greater Yellowlegs

2

2/118

3

Willet

15

15/118

8

Lesser Yellowlegs

2

4/115

3

Whimbrel

13

13/118

4

Ruddy Turnstone

10

12/112

6

Sanderling

4

4/118

3

Least Sandpiper

3

3/118

2

Semipalmated Sandpiper 3

3/118

2

Western Sandpiper

4

4/118

1

Short-billed Dowitcher

8

8/118

1

Laughing Gull

3

6/113

4

Royal Tern

16

49/115

6

Sandwich Tern

9

25/114

6

Pale-vented Pigeon

37

37/118

8

Short-billed Pigeon

12

37/114

8

Inca Dove

2

2/118

2

Ruddy Ground-Dove

135

135/118

8

Blue Ground-Dove

49

49/118

8

White-tipped Dove

26

33/111

8

Gray-chested Dove

7

13/112

8

Gray-headed Dove

2

2/118

2

Squirrel Cuckoo

9

12/111

8

Mangrove Cuckoo

2

3/113

6

Striped Cuckoo

8

8/118

7

Smooth-billed Ani

48

61/116

8

Crested Owl

1

3/114

8

Spectacled Owl

8

8/118

8

Common Pauraque

15

17/113

8

Common Potoo

1

4/116

6

Black Swift

7

7/118

5

Count Summary Report

Printout Date: 2/27/2018

Spot-fronted Swift

27

27/118

1

White-collared Swift

10

163/114

8

Costa Rican Swift

211

211/118

8

White-necked Jacobin

7

28/111

8

Bronzy Hermit

4

9/112

8

Band-tailed Barbthroat

3

13/112

8

Long-billed Hermit

25

27/112

8

Stripe-throated Hermit

11

15/115

8

Purple-crowned Fairy

2

6/112

8

Veraguan Mango

1

2/111

3

White-crested Coquette

1

7/113

8

Long-billed Starthroat

2

5/116

7

Violet-headed
Hummingbird

1

4/113

4

Scaly-breasted
Hummingbird

1

8/117

8

Crowned Woodnymph
(Violet-crowned
Woodnymph)

7

17/113

8

Charming Hummingbird

23

52/111

8

Mangrove Hummingbird 5

5/118

8

Rufous-tailed
Hummingbird

24

47/112

8

Blue-throated Goldentail 16

62/113

8

Slaty-tailed Trogon

16

17/114

8

Baird's Trogon

15

15/118

8

Gartered Trogon

6

14/114

7

Guianan Trogon

1

8/111

2

Black-throated Trogon

25

25/118

8

Blue-crowned Motmot

11

11/118

3

Ringed Kingfisher

15

15/118

8

Amazon Kingfisher

5

6/116

8

Green Kingfisher

18

18/118

8

White-necked Puffbird

4

5/116

3

Rufous-tailed Jacamar

3

13/116

8

Fiery-billed Aracari

18

31/115

8

Yellow-throated Toucan
(Chestnut-mandibled)

94

94/118

3

Olivaceous Piculet

2

8/113

8

Golden-naped
Woodpecker

14

35/115

8

Red-crowned
Woodpecker

31

34/111

8

Count Summary Report

Printout Date: 2/27/2018

Red-rumped
Woodpecker

8

8/118

8

Lineated Woodpecker

18

18/118

8

Pale-billed Woodpecker

15

15/118

8

Collared Forest-Falcon

4

4/118

7

Crested Caracara

12

19/112

8

Yellow-headed Caracara

28

34/111

8

Laughing Falcon

3

11/112

8

Orange-chinned Parakeet 143

169/112

8

Brown-hooded Parrot

7

36/112

7

White-crowned Parrot

28

102/112

8

Red-lored Parrot

271

271/118

8

Mealy Parrot

28

28/118

8

Scarlet Macaw

156

184/113

8

Crimson-fronted
Parakeet

123

259/116

8

Great Antshrike

6

8/113

8

Barred Antshrike

2

2/118

3

Black-hooded Antshrike

40

41/116

8

Russet Antshrike

3

5/111

7

Dot-winged Antwren

27

38/111

8

Dusky Antbird

1

7/116

5

Chestnut-backed Antbird 60

63/111

8

Bicolored Antbird

13

13/118

3

Streak-chested Antpitta

2

2/118

2

Black-faced Antthrush

11

15/111

7

Scaly-throated Leaftosser 2

5/116

8

Long-tailed Woodcreeper 7

7/118

7

Tawny-winged
Woodcreeper

4

8/113

8

Wedge-billed
Woodcreeper

12

12/118

8

Northern BarredWoodcreeper

1

5/116

8

Cocoa Woodcreeper

25

30/111

8

Black-striped
Woodcreeper

10

21/112

8

Streak-headed
Woodcreeper

1

10/112

8

Plain Xenops

3

18/112

8

Buff-throated Foliagegleaner

2

15/111

8

Pale-breasted Spinetail

3

3/118

4

Count Summary Report
Slaty Spinetail

Printout Date: 2/27/2018

8

8/118

8

Yellow-bellied Tyrannulet 2

9/113

8

Southern BeardlessTyrannulet

4

9/114

7

Yellow Tyrannulet

11

11/118

8

Yellow-crowned
Tyrannulet

4

4/118

4

Yellow-bellied Elaenia

10

10/118

8

Ochre-bellied Flycatcher

7

17/116

8

Paltry Tyrannulet

9

18/115

8

Scale-crested PygmyTyrant

1

3/111

7

Northern Bentbill

3

8/116

8

Slate-headed TodyFlycatcher

3

5/114

7

Common Tody-Flycatcher 17

26/111

8

Eye-ringed Flatbill

1

5/111

8

Yellow-olive Flycatcher

5

9/117

7

Golden-crowned
Spadebill

3

15/111

8

Royal Flycatcher

1

1/118

2

Ruddy-tailed Flycatcher

2

2/118

8

Sulphur-rumped
Flycatcher

4

4/118

7

Black-tailed Flycatcher

1

3/117

7

Olive-sided Flycatcher

1

3/115

5

Western Wood-Pewee

3

3/118

1

Tropical Pewee

4

6/117

8

Yellow-bellied Flycatcher 1

11/115

8

Least Flycatcher

2

2/118

3

Bright-rumped Attila

19

23/114

8

Rufous Mourner

5

7/113

8

Dusky-capped Flycatcher 28

28/118

8

Panama Flycatcher

10

10/118

6

Great Crested Flycatcher 14

19/112

8

Great Kiskadee

59

59/118

8

Boat-billed Flycatcher

13

21/115

8

Social Flycatcher

34

36/112

8

Gray-capped Flycatcher

17

22/113

8

Streaked Flycatcher

12

12/118

8

Tropical Kingbird

81

82/113

8

Scissor-tailed Flycatcher

1

3/114

6

Count Summary Report

Printout Date: 2/27/2018

Turquoise Cotinga

8

12/116

8

Rufous Piha

14

23/117

8

Blue-crowned Manakin

6

41/114

8

Orange-collared Manakin 22

24/116

8

Red-capped Manakin

13

27/116

8

Black-crowned Tityra

11

11/118

8

Masked Tityra

13

21/113

8

Northern Schiffornis

6

6/118

1

Cinnamon Becard

2

4/116

6

Rose-throated Becard

8

14/112

8

Yellow-throated Vireo

18

18/118

8

Blue-headed Vireo

1

1/118

1

Philadelphia Vireo

6

10/115

8

Scrub Greenlet

4

4/118

8

Tawny-crowned Greenlet 13

35/111

8

Lesser Greenlet

6

44/114

8

Green Shrike-Vireo

4

7/114

7

Northern Rough-winged
Swallow

8

8/118

1

Southern Rough-winged
Swallow

22

22/118

8

Gray-breasted Martin

33

60/116

8

Mangrove Swallow

36

36/118

8

Scaly-breasted Wren

4

11/115

8

House Wren

16

34/113

8

Black-bellied Wren

8

18/111

8

Plain Wren

5

13/111

8

Riverside Wren

84

84/118

8

Long-billed Gnatwren

3

11/111

7

Tropical Gnatcatcher

12

27/115

8

Clay-colored Thrush

14

15/117

6

Northern Waterthrush

6

8/116

8

Golden-winged Warbler

2

3/116

6

Prothonotary Warbler

1

3/117

7

Tennessee Warbler

56

56/118

8

Gray-crowned
Yellowthroat

1

1/118

2

Mourning Warbler

2

4/114

8

Yellow Warbler

25

35/117

8

Yellow Warbler
(Mangrove x Golden)

1

1/118

1

Count Summary Report

Printout Date: 2/27/2018

Chestnut-sided Warbler

22

66/111

8

Yellow-rumped Warbler

3

3/118

1

Buff-rumped Warbler

3

19/116

8

Wilson's Warbler

6

6/118

5

Gray-headed Tanager

18

20/117

8

White-shouldered
Tanager

10

35/117

8

White-lined Tanager

6

6/118

6

White-throated ShrikeTanager

14

14/118

8

Cherrie's Tanager

100

135/114

8

Blue-gray Tanager

33

36/112

8

Palm Tanager

30

38/114

8

Golden-hooded Tanager

19

45/113

8

Blue Dacnis

3

13/111

8

Shining Honeycreeper

4

17/111

8

Red-legged
Honeycreeper

21

41/113

8

Green Honeycreeper

13

17/114

8

Blue-black Grassquit

25

25/118

8

Ruddy-breasted
Seedeater

4

6/116

6

Thick-billed Seed-Finch

11

11/118

6

Variable Seedeater

52

52/118

3

White-collared Seedeater 21

41/114

8

Bananaquit

56

56/118

8

Buff-throated Saltator

8

27/115

8

Black-striped Sparrow

19

31/112

8

Orange-billed Sparrow

10

13/111

8

1/118

1

White-crowned Sparrow 1

US,

Summer Tanager

26

28/111

8

Black-cheeked AntTanager

22

28/111

8

Blue-black Grosbeak

7

21/112

8

Eastern Meadowlark

6

6/118

7

Red-breasted
Meadowlark

19

19/118

8

Melodious Blackbird

13

13/118

6

Great-tailed Grackle

77

124/112

8

Bronzed Cowbird

9

100/111

5

Baltimore Oriole

18

28/117

8

Yellow-billed Cacique

10

10/118

8


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