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2007-2008 SURVEY - Table of Contents

PSSS Results page summary

 

Thanks to the tireless efforts of 42 volunteers this past winter, Seattle Audubon collected some scientifically-significant data on many species of wintering seabirds in Puget Sound.  Below are just some of the fruits of our volunteers' efforts. 

 

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Number of sightings for three waterfowl species across all survey sites

PSSS Result Densities BLBR

 

PSSS Result Densities SUSC

 

PSSS Result Densities WEGR

bird images courtesy of  Garrett Lau
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Complete taxonomic list of species recorded by our volunteers
during 07-08 Puget Sound Seabird Survey

 

 

Red-throated Loon Red-breasted Merganser
Pacific Loon Bald Eagle
Common Loon Red-tailed Hawk
Pied-billed Grebe Peregrine Falcon
Horned Grebe American Coot
Red-necked Grebe Killdeer
Western Grebe Black Turnstone
Brandt’s Cormorant Sanderling
Double-crested Cormorant Dunlin
Pelagic Cormorant Parasitic Jaeger
Great Blue Heron Bonaparte’s Gull
Brant Heermann’s Gull
Canada Goose Mew Gull
Gadwall Ring-billed Gull
Eurasian Wigeon California Gull
American Wigeon Herring Gull
Mallard Thayer’s Gull
Northern Shoveler Western Gull
Greater Scaup Glaucous-winged Gull
Lesser Scaup Western x Glaucous-winged Hybrid
Harlequin Duck Caspian Tern
Surf Scoter Common Murre
White-winged Scoter Pigeon Guillemot
Black Scoter Marbled Murrelet
Bufflehead Rhinoceros Auklet
Common Goldeneye Rock Pigeon
Barrow’s Goldeneye Band-tailed Pigeon
Hooded Merganser Belted Kingfisher
Common Merganser American Crow

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Click on a survey site below to download
an aggregate list of recorded species
(PDF, 15k)

 

 

#   NAME   POSITION
1   Dash Pt State Park Federal Way N47 19 13.4 W122 24 50.6
2   Dumas Bay State Park Federal Way N47 19 34.6 W122 23 07.1
3   South Redondo Boardwalk Des Moines N47 20 36.3 W122 19 58.2
4   North Redondo Boardwalk Des Moines N47 21 02.5 W122 19 25.7
5   Saltwater State Park Des Moines N47 22 21.9 W122 19 29.6
6   Des Moines Fishing Pier Des Moines N47 24 07.4 W122 20 02.4
7   Marine View Park Normandy Park N47 24 41.8 W122 20 24.2
8   Three Tree Point Burien N47 27 07.8 W122 22 45.2
9   Seahurst Park Burien N47 28 41.1 W122 21 49.8
10   Brace Point  Seattle N47 30 54.8 W122 23 47.2
11   Lincoln Park West Seattle N47 31 34.8 W122 23 41.7
12   Lowman Park West Seattle N47 32 25.1 W122 23 50.8
13   Mee Kwa Mooks West Seattle N47 33 49.3 W122 24 25.3
14   Alki Beach West Seattle N47 34 42.1 W122 24 51.9
15   Alki Point West Seattle N47 35 43.6 W122 23 15.4
16   Elliott Bay Water Taxi Pier Downtown Seattle N47 35 23.3 W122 22 47.9
17   Pier 57 Downtown Seattle N47 36 22.2 W122 20 34.3
18   Pier 70 Downtown Seattle N47 36 53.7 W122 21 26.4
19   Myrtle Edwards Park Downtown Seattle N47 37 20.2 W122 21 58.2
20   Magnolia Bluff Seattle N47 37 52.5 W122 23 43.6
21   West Point south Seattle N47 39 39.5 W122 25 58.8
22   West Point north Seattle N47 39 44.8 W122 26 00.5
23   60th St Viewpoint Seattle N47 40 20.1 W122 24 22.3
24   Golden Gardens Seattle N47 41 39.6 W122 24 17.3
25   Carkeek Park Seattle N47 42 45.0 W122 22 46.5
26   Richmond Beach Shoreline N47 45 48.9 W122 23 09.0
27   Edmonds south Edmonds N47 48 11.7 W122 23 40.8
28   Edmonds north Edmonds N47 48 41.0 W122 23 20.8

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