Date: 7/1/18 12:09 pm
From: Patricia Velte <pvelte...>
Subject: July Migration Report
Dear OKBirders,



July brings the return of several shorebird species and the departure of
only one species. Both lists are included below.



ARRIVALS



Swainson's Hawk July 14 - SE

White-faced Ibis July 26 - SW, C, SC, NE, SE

Spotted Sandpiper July 4 - NW, SW, C, SC, NE, SE

Solitary Sandpiper July 1 - ALL

Willet July 1 - ALL

Long-billed Curlew July 4 - NW, SW, C, SC

Marbled Godwit July 1 - PAN, NW, SW, C, SC, NE

Ruddy Turnstone July 26 - NW west to Alfalfa, Major and
Blaine Cos. Only, SW west to Washita, Kiowa and Tillman Cos. Only, C, SC,
NE, SE

Red Knot July 28 - NW rare in Alfalfa Co only,
C, NE

Stilt Sandpiper July 12 - ALL

Sanderling July 28 - ALL

American Avocet July 14 - C, SC, NE east to Nowata, Rogers,
Wagoner and Muskogee Cos. Only, SE east to Pittsburg, Atoka and McCurtain
Cos. Only

Snowy Plover July 19 - C, SC, NE

Piping Plover July 19 - NW, SW, C, SC, NE

Caspian Tern July 11- ALL

Forster's Tern July 10 - PAN, NW, SW

Baird's Sandpiper July 7 - ALL

Least Sandpiper July 1 - PAN

Buff-breasted Sandpiper July 26 - NW west to Woods, Woodward, Dewey and
Custer cos only, SW west to Washita, Kiowa and Tillman cos only, C, SC, NE,
SE

Pectoral Sandpiper July 9 - ALL

Semipalmated Sandpiper July 6 - ALL

Western Sandpiper July 6 - ALL

Short-billed Dowitcher July 1 - NW, SW, C, SC, NE, SE

Long-billed Dowitcher July 10 - ALL

Wilson's Phalarope July 20 - SW, C, SC, NE, SE

Rufous Hummingbird July 22 - PAN, SW

Peregrine Falcon July 28 - ALL

Least Flycatcher July 15 - ALL

Bank Swallow July 27 - ALL

Sedge Wren July 25 - NE, SE

Yellow Warbler July 20 - SW and July 25 - SE

Yellow-headed Blackbird July 4 - PAN, NW, SW, C, SC, NE

Semipalmated Plover July 12 - ALL



DEPARTURES



Glossy Ibis July 28 - NW, SW, C, SE - Rare in
Alfalfa and Major Cos. Only in NW; Rare in Tillman Co. only in SW; Rare in
Kingfisher and Canadian Cos. Only in C; Rare in S. McCurtain Co only in SE





The information presented here comes from The Oklahoma Bird Records
Committee of the Oklahoma Ornithological Society, which publishes a Date
Guide to the Occurrences of Birds in Oklahoma. This booklet divides Oklahoma
into 7 geographic regions, and lists the normal dates of occurrence for each
Oklahoma bird species within each region. Observers are urged to report
unusual species, or birds out of date or out of normal range in Oklahoma,
based on the information given in this publication.



The Oklahoma Ornithological Society and Oklahoma Bird Records Committee web
site, http://www.okbirds.org/
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the Date Guide to the Occurrences of Birds in Oklahoma, information on
documenting significant records, documentation forms, instructions, and a
searchable database for Oklahoma bird migration information. Birders are
cordially invited to join the Oklahoma Ornithological Society.



Happy birding!

Pat Velte

<pvelte...> <mailto:<pvelte...>

Oklahoma City, OK




 
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