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Uncha Mountains Red Hills Provincial Park

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This checklist includes all bird species found in Uncha Mountains Red Hills Provincial Park , based on the best information available at this time. It is based on a wide variety of sources that I collated over many years. I am pleased to offer these checklists as a service to birdwatchers. If you find any error, please do not hesitate to .

The taxonomic order and nomenclature follows Clements, version 2022. If you prefer to view the list based on a different authority, click on one of the list available below. Globally threatened species (status in red) were identified by Birdlife International in Birdlife Data Zone (species).

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Country or region: Uncha Mountains Red Hills Provincial Park [map]

Number of species: 44
Last modified: 2021-03-12
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ANSERIFORMES: Anatidae

BuffleheadBucephala albeola
Common MerganserMergus merganser

 
GALLIFORMES: Phasianidae

Ruffed GrouseBonasa umbellus
Spruce GrouseCanachites canadensis

 
CAPRIMULGIFORMES: Trochilidae

Rufous HummingbirdSelasphorus rufusNear-threatened

 
CHARADRIIFORMES: Scolopacidae

Wilson's SnipeGallinago delicata

 
GAVIIFORMES: Gaviidae

Common LoonGavia immer

 
ACCIPITRIFORMES: Accipitridae

Red-tailed HawkButeo jamaicensis

 
PICIFORMES: Picidae

Red-breasted SapsuckerSphyrapicus ruber
American Three-toed WoodpeckerPicoides dorsalis
Black-backed WoodpeckerPicoides arcticus
Hairy WoodpeckerDryobates villosus
Northern FlickerColaptes auratus

 
PASSERIFORMES: Tyrannidae

Olive-sided FlycatcherContopus cooperiNear-threatened
Western Wood-PeweeContopus sordidulus
Least FlycatcherEmpidonax minimus
Dusky FlycatcherEmpidonax oberholseri

 
PASSERIFORMES: Vireonidae

Warbling VireoVireo gilvus
Red-eyed VireoVireo olivaceus

 
PASSERIFORMES: Corvidae

Canada JayPerisoreus canadensis
Common RavenCorvus corax

 
PASSERIFORMES: Paridae

Black-capped ChickadeePoecile atricapillus

 
PASSERIFORMES: Regulidae

Ruby-crowned KingletCorthylio calendula

 
PASSERIFORMES: Sittidae

Red-breasted NuthatchSitta canadensis

 
PASSERIFORMES: Turdidae

Varied ThrushIxoreus naevius
Swainson's ThrushCatharus ustulatus
American RobinTurdus migratorius

 
PASSERIFORMES: Fringillidae

Pine GrosbeakPinicola enucleator
Pine SiskinSpinus pinus

 
PASSERIFORMES: Passerellidae

Chipping SparrowSpizella passerina
Dark-eyed JuncoJunco hyemalis
White-throated SparrowZonotrichia albicollis
Song SparrowMelospiza melodia
Lincoln's SparrowMelospiza lincolnii

 
PASSERIFORMES: Parulidae

Northern WaterthrushParkesia noveboracensis
Tennessee WarblerLeiothlypis peregrina
Orange-crowned WarblerLeiothlypis celata
MacGillivray's WarblerGeothlypis tolmiei
American RedstartSetophaga ruticilla
Yellow WarblerSetophaga petechia
Yellow-rumped WarblerSetophaga coronata
Townsend's WarblerSetophaga townsendi
Wilson's WarblerCardellina pusilla

 
PASSERIFORMES: Cardinalidae

Western TanagerPiranga ludoviciana

 

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