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Atlas Block KG216  —  South Fork Cedar River

T21N R10E SE

Observer Hours

YearObserversParty Hours
1994Eugene Hunn, Hal Opperman, JoLynn Edwards1.5
1995Hal Opperman1.5
1998Hal Opperman, JoLynn Edwards2.92

Breeding Bird Status

Bird SpeciesBreeding StatusGo To County Map
Blue Grouse
Dendragapus obscurus
Possible
Northern Goshawk*
Accipiter gentilis
Confirmed
Red-tailed Hawk
Buteo jamaicensis
Possible
Spotted Owl*
Strix occidentalis
Confirmed
Barred Owl
Strix varia
Possible
Vaux's Swift
Chaetura vauxi
Possible
Rufous Hummingbird
Selasphorus rufus
Possible
Hairy Woodpecker
Picoides villosus
Probable
Northern Flicker
Colaptes auratus
Possible
Olive-sided Flycatcher
Contopus cooperi
Possible
Pacific-slope Flycatcher
Empidonax difficilis
Possible
Warbling Vireo
Vireo gilvus
Possible
Gray Jay
Perisoreus canadensis
Probable
Steller's Jay
Cyanocitta stelleri
Possible
Chestnut-backed Chickadee
Poecile rufescens
Possible
Red-breasted Nuthatch
Sitta canadensis
Possible
Winter Wren
Troglodytes pacificus
Possible
Golden-crowned Kinglet
Regulus satrapa
Possible
Swainson's Thrush
Catharus ustulatus
Possible
Hermit Thrush
Catharus guttatus
Probable
American Robin
Turdus migratorius
Confirmed
Varied Thrush
Ixoreus naevius
Probable
Cedar Waxwing
Bombycilla cedrorum
Possible
Orange-crowned Warbler
Vermivora celata
Possible
Yellow Warbler
Dendroica petechia
Possible
Townsend's Warbler
Dendroica townsendi
Possible
MacGillivray's Warbler
Oporornis tolmiei
Possible
Wilson's Warbler
Wilsonia pusilla
Possible
Fox Sparrow
Passerella iliaca
Possible
Song Sparrow
Melospiza melodia
Possible
White-crowned Sparrow
Zonotrichia leucophrys
Possible
Dark-eyed Junco
Junco hyemalis
Probable
Pine Siskin
Carduelis pinus
Possible
*By agreement with the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife our maps and data tables for this species have been generalized to full township/ranges.