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Juneau

Juneau, Alaska


+ - rare
# - casual or accidental
/ - regularly present through summer

LOONS ___ Red-throated Loon/ ___ Pacific Loon ___ Common Loon ___ Yellow-billed Loon
GREBES ___ Pied-billed Grebe# ___ Horned Grebe ___ Red-necked Grebe ___ Western Grebe#
CORMORANTS ___ Double-crested Cormorant ___ Pelagic Cormorant/
HERONS, BITTERNS ___ American Bittern# ___ Great Blue Heron/ ___ Great Egret# ___ Snowy Egret# ___ Green Heron# ___ Black-crowned Night-Heron#
SWANS, GEESE, AND DUCKS ___ Tundra Swan ___ Trumpeter Swan ___ Greater White-fronted Goose ___ Snow Goose ___ Emperor Goose# ___ Brant# ___ Canada Goose/ ___ Wood Duck# ___ Green-winged Teal/ ___ Mallard/ ___ Northern Pintail/ ___ Blue-winged Teal ___ Cinnamon Teal+ ___ Northern Shoveler/ ___ Gadwall ___ Eurasian Wigeon+ ___ American Wigeon/ ___ Canvasback ___ Redhead+ ___ Ring-necked Duck ___ Greater Scaup ___ Lesser Scaup ___ King Eider# ___ Steller's Eider# ___ Harlequin Duck/ ___ Oldsquaw ___ Black Scoter ___ Surf Scoter/ ___ White-winged Scoter/ ___ Common Goldeneye ___ Barrow's Goldeneye ___ Bufflehead ___ Hooded Merganser ___ Common Merganser/ ___ Red-breasted Merganser ___ Ruddy Duck#
HAWKS, EAGLES, HARRIERS, AND OSPREY ___ Osprey# ___ Bald Eagle/ ___ Northern Harrier ___ Sharp-shinned Hawk/ ___ Northern Goshawk/ ___ Swainson's Hawk# ___ Red-tailed Hawk/ ___ Rough-legged Hawk+ ___ Golden Eagle+
FALCONS ___ American Kestrel ___ Merlin/ ___ Peregrine Falcon+ ___ Gyrfalcon#
GROUSE AND PTARMIGAN ___ Blue Grouse/ ___ Willow Ptarmigan/ ___ Rock Ptarmigan/ ___ White-tailed Ptarmigan/
COOTS ___ Sora# ___ Virginia Rail# ___ American Coot#
CRANES ___ Sandhill Crane+
PLOVERS ___ Black-bellied Plover ___ American Golden-Plover ___ Pacific Golden-Plover# ___ Semipalmated Plover/ ___ Killdeer/
OYSTERCATCHERS ___ Black Oystercatcher/
SANDPIPERS ___ Greater Yellowlegs/ ___ Lesser Yellowlegs ___ Solitary Sandpiper ___ Wandering Tattler ___ Spotted Sandpiper/ ___ Upland Sandpiper# ___ Whimbrel ___ Hudsonian Godwit ___ Bar-tailed Godwit# ___ Marbled Godwit+ ___ Ruddy Turnstone ___ Black Turnstone ___ Surfbird ___ Red Knot+ ___ Sanderling ___ Semipalmated Sandpiper ___ Western Sandpiper ___ Long-toed Stint# ___ Least Sandpiper/ ___ White-rumped Sandpiper# ___ Baird's Sandpiper ___ Pectoral Sandpiper ___ Sharp-tailed Sandpiper# ___ Rock Sandpiper ___ Dunlin ___ Stilt Sandpiper+ ___ Buff-breasted Sandpiper# ___ Ruff# ___ Short-billed Dowitcher ___ Long-billed Dowitcher ___ Common Snipe/ ___ Wilson's Phalarope# ___ Red-necked Phalarope
JAEGERS, GULLS, AND TERNS ___ Parasitic Jaeger+ ___ Franklin's Gull# ___ Bonaparte's Gull/ ___ Mew Gull/ ___ Ring-billed Gull+ ___ California Gull ___ Herring Gull/ ___ Thayer's Gull ___ Slaty-backed Gull# ___ Lesser Black-backed Gull# ___ Western Gull# ___ Glaucous-winged Gull/ ___ Glaucous Gull+ ___ Black-legged Kittiwake/ ___ Sabine's Gull# ___ Caspian Tern+ ___ Arctic Tern/
ALCIDS ___ Common Murre/ ___ Pigeon Guillemot/ ___ Marbled Murrelet/ ___ Kittlitz's Murrelet# ___ Ancient Murrelet# ___ Cassin's Auklet#
PIGEONS AND DOVES ___ Rock Dove/ ___ Band-tailed Pigeon# ___ Mourning Dove#
OWLS ___ Western Screech-Owl+/ ___ Great Horned Owl/ ___ Snowy Owl# ___ Northern Hawk-Owl# ___ Northern Pygmy-Owl/ ___ Barred Owl# ___ Long-eared Owl# ___ Short-eared Owl ___ Boreal Owl# ___ Northern Saw-whet Owl+/
NIGHTHAWKS ___ Common Nighthawk#
SWIFTS ___ Black Swift# ___ Vaux's Swift/
HUMMINGBIRDS ___ Anna's Hummingbird+ ___ Costa's Hummingbird# ___ Rufous Hummingbird/
KINGFISHERS ___ Belted Kingfisher/
WOODPECKERS ___ Red-breasted Sapsucker/ ___ Downy Woodpecker+ ___ Hairy Woodpecker/ ___ Three-toed Woodpecker/ ___ Black-backed Woodpecker# ___ Northern Flicker+
FLYCATCHERS ___ Olive-sided Flycatcher/ ___ Western Wood-Pewee/ ___ Alder Flycatcher/ ___ Willow Flycatcher# ___ Least Flycatcher# ___ Hammond's Flycatcher+ ___ Dusky Flycatcher# ___ Pacific-slope Flycatcher/ ___ Say's Phoebe# ___ Western Kingbird# ___ Eastern Kingbird#
LARKS ___ Horned Lark
SWALLOWS ___ Tree Swallow/ ___ Violet-green Swallow/ ___ Northern Rough-winged Swallow# ___ Bank Swallow/ ___ Cliff Swallow+/ ___ Barn Swallow/
JAYS AND CROWS ___ Gray Jay# ___ Steller's Jay/ ___ Clark's Nutcracker# ___ Black-billed Magpie ___ Northwestern Crow/ ___ Common Raven/
CHICKADEES ___ Black-capped Chickadee# ___ Mountain Chickadee# ___ Boreal Chickadee# ___ Chestnut-backed Chickadee/
NUTHATCHES ___ Red-breasted Nuthatch/
CREEPERS ___ Brown Creeper/
WRENS ___ Winter Wren/
DIPPERS ___ American Dipper/
KINGLETS AND THRUSHES ___ Golden-crowned Kinglet/ ___ Ruby-crowned Kinglet/ ___ Northern Wheatear# ___ Mountain Bluebird+ ___ Townsend's Solitaire+ ___ Gray-cheeked Thrush/ ___ Swainson's Thrush/ ___ Hermit Thrush/ ___ Dusky Thrush# ___ American Robin/ ___ Varied Thrush/
MIMIC THRUSHES ___ Northern Mockingbird#
WAGTAILS AND PIPITS ___ American Pipit/
WAXWINGS ___ Bohemian Waxwing ___ Cedar Waxwing+
SHRIKES ___ Northern Shrike
STARLINGS ___ European Starling/
VIREOS ___ Solitary Vireo# ___ Warbling Vireo+/
WOOD WARBLERS, BLACKBIRDS, TANAGERS, SPARROWS, AND BUNTINGS ___ Tennessee Warbler+ ___ Orange-crowned Warbler/ ___ Yellow Warbler/ ___ Magnolia Warbler# ___ Yellow-rumped Warbler/ ___ Townsend's Warbler/ ___ Palm Warbler# ___ Blackpoll Warbler# ___ American Redstart+/ ___ Northern Waterthrush/ ___ MacGillivray's Warbler/ ___ Common Yellowthroat/ ___ Wilson's Warbler/ ___ Western Tanager+ ___ Rufous-sided Towhee# ___ American Tree Sparrow ___ Chipping Sparrow+ ___ Savannah Sparrow/ ___ Fox Sparrow/ ___ Song Sparrow/ ___ Lincoln's Sparrow/ ___ White-throated Sparrow# ___ Golden-crowned Sparrow/ ___ White-crowned Sparrow ___ Harris's Sparrow+ ___ Dark-eyed Junco/ ___ Lapland Longspur ___ Smith's Longspur# ___ Snow Bunting ___ Red-winged Blackbird/ ___ Western Meadowlark# ___ Yellow-headed Blackbird# ___ Rusty Blackbird ___ Common Grackle# ___ Brown-headed Cowbird+
FINCHES ___ Brambling# ___ Gray-crowned Rosy-Finch/ ___ Pine Grosbeak ___ Purple Finch# ___ Red Crossbill/ ___ White-winged Crossbill/ ___ Common Redpoll ___ Hoary Redpoll# ___ Pine Siskin/ ___ Evening Grosbeak#

Prepared by the U.S. Forest Service. For more information, please contact:
                      U.S. Forest Service, Alaska Region
                      Federal Office Building
                      P.O. Box 21628
                      Juneau, Alaska 998021628
This resource is based on the following source:
U.S. Forest Service.  1995.  Finding birds in Juneau.  U.S. Forest 
     Service.  Unpaginated.
This resource should be cited as:
U.S. Forest Service.  1995.  Finding birds in Juneau.  U.S. Forest 
     Service.  Unpaginated.  Jamestown, ND: Northern Prairie Wildlife 
     Research Center Online.   
     http://www.npwrc.usgs.govjuneau.htm 
     (Version 22MAY98).

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