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"Image Index"
Birds ... "Critters" ... Wildflowers ... Someday all of these birds/critters/wildflowers will all have their own pages (most do now) -- until then look for their images in the Trip Logs listed after their names. The list is currently arranged alphabetically, with Birds first, then "Critters", and then Wildflowers. Enjoy.

 

Ridgefield NWR Bird List ...
  1. American Avocet
  2. American Bittern
  3. American Coot
  4. American Crow
  5. American Goldfinch
  6. American Kestrel
  7. American Pipit
  8. American Robin
  9. American White Pelican
  10. American Wigeon
  11. Anna's Hummingbird

  12. Baird's Sandpiper
  13. Bald Eagle
  14. Band-tailed Pigeon ... 2013, Carty Unit, flock, seen but no photographs
  15. Bank Swallow ... 2012, River "S", Rest Lake, seen but no photographs
  16. Barn Owl
  17. Barn Swallow
  18. Barnacle Goose
  19. Barred Owl ... 2007, River "S" Canyon, seen but no photographs
  20. Belted Kingfisher
  21. Bewick's Wren
  22. Black Phoebe
  23. Black Tern
  24. Black-bellied Plover
  25. Black-capped Chickadee
  26. Black-crowned Night-Heron
  27. Black-headed Grosbeak
  28. Black-necked Stilt
  29. Black-throated Gray Warbler
  30. Blue-winged Teal
  31. Bonaparte's Gull
  32. Brewer's Blackbird
  33. Brown Creeper
  34. Brown-headed Cowbird
  35. Bufflehead
  36. Bullock's Oriole
  37. Bushtit

  38. Cackling Goose
  39. California Gull
  40. California Scrub-Jay
  41. Canada Goose
  42. Canvasback
  43. Caspian Tern
  44. Cedar Waxwing
  45. Chestnut-backed Chickadee
  46. Chipping Sparrow
  47. Cinnamon Teal
  48. Cliff Swallow
  49. Common Goldeneye
  50. Common Merganser
  51. Common Raven
  52. Common Yellowthroat
  53. Cooper's Hawk

  54. Dark-eyed Junco
  55. Double-crested Cormorant
  56. Downy Woodpecker
  57. Dunlin
  58. Dusky Flycatcher

  59. Eared Grebe
  60. Eastern Kingbird
  61. Eurasian Collared-Dove
  62. Eurasian Wigeon
  63. European Starling

  64. Fox Sparrow

  65. Gadwall
  66. Glaucous-winged Gull
  67. Golden-crowned Kinglet
  68. Golden-crowned Sparrow
  69. Great Blue Heron
  70. Great Egret
  71. Great Horned Owl
  72. Greater White-fronted Goose
  73. Greater Yellowlegs
  74. Green Heron
  75. Green-winged Teal ... including Eurasian Common Teal

  76. Hairy Woodpecker
  77. Hammond's Flycatcher
  78. Harris's Sparrow ... (s/p: 2017)
  79. Hermit Thrush
  80. Herring Gull
  81. Hooded Merganser
  82. Horned Grebe
  83. House Finch
  84. House Sparrow
  85. House Wren
  86. Hutton's Vireo

  87. Killdeer

  88. Lazuli Bunting
  89. Least Sandpiper
  90. Lesser Scaup
  91. Lesser Yellowlegs
  92. Lewis's Woodpecker
  93. Lincoln's Sparrow
  94. Long-billed Dowitcher

  95. Mallard
  96. Marsh Wren
  97. Merlin
  98. Mew Gull
  99. Mountain Bluebird
  100. Mourning Dove

  101. Nashville Warbler
  102. Northern Flicker
  103. Northern Harrier
  104. Northern Pintail
  105. Northern Rough-winged Swallow
  106. Northern Shoveler
  107. Northern Shrike

  108. Orange-crowned Warbler
  109. Osprey

  110. Pacific Golden-Plover
  111. Pacific Wren (formerly Winter Wren)
  112. Palm Warbler ... January 2016, River "S" dike at Rest Lake, seen but no photographs
  113. Pectoral Sandpiper
  114. Peregrine Falcon
  115. Pied-billed Grebe
  116. Pileated Woodpecker
  117. Pine Siskin ... November 2017, River "S" dike at Lake River, seen but no photographs
  118. Purple Finch
  119. Purple Martin

  120. Red Phalarope
  121. Red-breasted Nuthatch
  122. Red-breasted Sapsucker
  123. Red-necked Phalarope
  124. Red-shouldered Hawk
  125. Red-tailed Hawk
  126. Red-throated Loon
  127. Red-winged Blackbird
  128. Redhead
  129. Ring-billed Gull
  130. Ring-necked Duck
  131. Ring-necked Pheasant
  132. Rock Pigeon
  133. Ross's Goose
  134. Rough-legged Hawk
  135. Ruby-crowned Kinglet
  136. Ruddy Duck
  137. Rufous Hummingbird

  138. Sandhill Crane
  139. Sage Sparrow
  140. Savannah Sparrow
  141. Say's Phoebe
  142. Semipalmated Plover
  143. Semipalmated Sandpiper
  144. Sharp-shinned Hawk
  145. Sharp-tailed Sandpiper
  146. Snow Bunting
  147. Snow Goose
  148. Snowy Egret
  149. Solitary Sandpiper
  150. Song Sparrow
  151. Sora
  152. Spotted Sandpiper
  153. Spotted Towhee
  154. Steller's Jay
  155. Stilt Sandpiper
  156. Surf Scoter
  157. Swainson's Thrush
  158. Swamp Sparrow ... 2015, River "S" Canyon, heard only, no photographs

  159. Townsend's Warbler
  160. Tree Swallow
  161. Trumpeter Swan
  162. Tundra Swan
  163. Turkey Vulture

  164. Varied Thrush
  165. Vaux's Swift
  166. Vermilion Flycatcher
  167. Violet-green Swallow
  168. Virginia Rail

  169. Warbling Vireo
  170. Western Kingbird
  171. Western Meadowlark
  172. Western Sandpiper
  173. Western Tanager
  174. Western Wood-Pewee
  175. White-breasted Nuthatch
  176. White-crowned Sparrow
  177. White-faced Ibis
  178. White-tailed Kite
  179. White-throated Sparrow
  180. Willow Flycatcher
  181. Wilson's Phalarope
  182. Wilson's Snipe
  183. Wilson's Warbler
  184. Wood Duck

  185. Yellow Warbler
  186. Yellow-headed Blackbird
  187. Yellow-rumped Warbler
"Critter" List ...
  1. Beaver
  2. Bee
  3. Black-tailed Deer
  4. Bullfrog
  5. Butterflies and Moths
    • Clouded Sulphur
    • Lorquin's Admiral
    • Mourning Cloak
    • Painted Lady
    • Red Admiral
    • Satyr Anglewing
    • Spring Azure
    • Western Tiger Swallowtail
    • Woodland Skipper
    • Cinnabar Moth
  6. Columbian White-tailed Deer
  7. Cows (escapees)
  8. Coyote
  9. Dragon Fly
  10. Eastern Cottontail
  11. Eastern Gray Squirrel
  12. Horses (neighboring field)
  13. Mink
  14. Muskrat
  15. Nutria
  16. Pacific Tree Frog
  17. Raccoon
  18. Red-spotted Garter Snake
  19. River Otter
  20. Vagrant Shrew
  21. Western Painted Turtle


Wildflower List ...
(also Weeds, Shrubs, Trees)
  1. American Vetch
  2. Bird's-foot Trefoil
  3. Bittersweet Nightshade (Deadly Nightshade)
  4. Blackberry
  5. Broadleaf Plantain
  6. Bull Thistle
  7. "Butter and Eggs" (Yellow Toadfax)
  8. Buttercups
  9. Canada Goldenrod
  10. Canada Thistle
  11. Cape Jewelweed
  12. Cattail
  13. Clover
  14. Common Mullein
  15. Common Tansy
  16. English Plantain
  17. Fawn Lily
  18. Field Bindweed
  19. Fireweed
  20. Fringecup
  21. Hardhack
  22. Hawthorn
  23. Herb Robert
  24. Indian Plum
  25. Mayweed Chamomile
  26. Miner's Lettuce
  27. Moth Mullein
  28. Nodding Beggar Tick
  29. Nootka Rose (Wild Rose)
  30. Oregon Ash
  31. Oregon White Oak (Garry Oak)
  32. Ox-eyed Daisy
  33. Pacific Waterleaf
  34. Pearly Everlasting
  35. Pennyroyal
  36. Periwinkle
  37. Pineapple Weed
  38. Purple Deadnettle
  39. Red Elderberry
  40. Salmonberry
  41. Self Heal
  42. Skunk Cabbage
  43. Siberian Spring Beauty (Candy Flower)
  44. Sow Thistle
  45. St. Johns-wort
  46. Stinging Nettle
  47. Stream Violet
  48. Tansy Ragwort
  49. Teasel
  50. Thimbleberry
  51. Wapato (Broadleaf Arrowhead)
  52. Wild Radish
  53. Wild Yellow Iris
  54. Winter Vetch
  55. Yellow Pea


Miscellaneous...
  1. Mushrooms and Fungi


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