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  • Annual Conference, 2001 :: ARNOVA
    www ulib iupui edu special services ordering Digital Publisher IUPUI University Library Digital Collection ARNOVA Format JPEG 100 dpi Scanner Brother MFC 6890CDW Tags Add tags for Annual Conference 2001 View as list View as tag cloud report abuse Comments Post a Comment for Annual Conference 2001 you wish to report Your comment Your Name Back to top Home Contact Us Powered by CONTENTdm Select the collections to add or remove from your search A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Select All Collections 500 Festival A Al Mutanabbi Street Starts Here Coalition Collection Allison Transmission American Turners Image Collection American Turners Local Societies American Turner Topics Archive of Muslim American History and Life ARNOVA Athenaeum Damenverein Women s Auxiliary Image Collection Athenaeum Turners Image Collection B British Studies Intelligencer British Studies Monitor Brock s Birds of Indiana Bulletin of the Santayana Society C Camp Chesterfield Chris Gonzalez GLBT Archives Civil War Governor Morton Telegraph Books and Slips Climate Data Indianapolis IN 1940 present Columbus Indiana Architectural Archives Conner Prairie Historical Almanac Collection Conner Prairie Historic Clothing Collection Conner Prairie Museum Textile Collection Conner Prairie Rural History Project Conner Prairie Traditional Craft Preservation and Reproduction Conner Prairie Transferware Council for Advancement and Support of Education Crispus Attucks Museum E Encyclopedia of Indianapolis F Flanner House Records Fourthwrite H Hackelmeier Memorial Library Marian University Hamilton County History Herron Artist Authority File Herron Fine Press and Book Arts Collection Historical Aerial Photography Collection Historic Indiana Atlases Historic Indiana Maps Historic Indiana Plat Books I Illustrators of the Golden West Indiana Artists Indiana Eugenics History and Legacy 1907 2007 Indiana Farm Security Administration Photographs Indiana Historic Architecture Slide Collection Indiana Historic Sites and Structures

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  • Brock's Birds of Indiana
    Crossbills Redpolls Siskins Sparrows Flycatchers Kingbirds Wood Peewees Gallinaceous Birds Turkeys Patridges Grouse Pheasants Chickens Bobwhites Grebes Gannets Petrels Gulls Kittiwakes Hawks Eagles Kestrels Merlins Falcons Kites Vultures Ospreys Harriers Introductory Material to Brock s Birds Jaegers Loons Nighthawks Hummingbirds Chuck will s widows Whip poor wills Chimney Swifts Pelicans Herons Storks Egrets Cormorants Frigatebirds Bitterns Ibises Pigeons Doves Parakeets Cuckoos Anis Rails Cranes Soras Gallinules Moorhens Coots Shorebirds I Plovers Killdeers Stilts Avocets Yellowlegs Sandpipers Willets Curlews 1 2 Next QuickView Display a larger image and more item information when the pointer pauses over a thumbnail on off Layout options Thumbnail with title Grid with smaller thumbnails and more detail OK Cancel Select the collections to add or remove from your search A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Select All Collections 500 Festival A Al Mutanabbi Street Starts Here Coalition Collection Allison Transmission American Turners Image Collection American Turners Local Societies American Turner Topics Archive of Muslim American History and Life ARNOVA Athenaeum Damenverein Women s Auxiliary Image Collection Athenaeum Turners Image Collection B British Studies Intelligencer British Studies Monitor Brock s Birds of Indiana Bulletin of the Santayana Society C Camp Chesterfield Chris Gonzalez GLBT Archives Civil War Governor Morton Telegraph Books and Slips Climate Data Indianapolis IN 1940 present Columbus Indiana Architectural Archives Conner Prairie Historical Almanac Collection Conner Prairie Historic Clothing Collection Conner Prairie Museum Textile Collection Conner Prairie Rural History Project Conner Prairie Traditional Craft Preservation and Reproduction Conner Prairie Transferware Council for Advancement and Support of Education Crispus Attucks Museum E Encyclopedia of Indianapolis F Flanner House Records Fourthwrite H Hackelmeier Memorial Library Marian University Hamilton County History Herron Artist Authority File Herron Fine Press and Book Arts Collection Historical Aerial Photography Collection Historic Indiana Atlases Historic Indiana Maps Historic Indiana Plat Books I Illustrators of the Golden West Indiana Artists Indiana Eugenics History and Legacy 1907 2007 Indiana Farm Security Administration Photographs Indiana Historic Architecture Slide Collection Indiana Historic Sites and Structures Inventory Indiana Landmarks Wilbur D Peat Collection Indiana Medical History Museum Wishard Scrapbook Indiana Muster Pay and Receipt Rolls War of 1812 Indianapolis City Directory Collection Indianapolis Foundation Indianapolis Gardeners Benefit Society Transcription Project Indianapolis Historic Preservation Commission Image Collection Indianapolis History Indianapolis Maennerchor Image Collection Indianapolis Motor Speedway Collection Indianapolis Neighborhood Resource Center Indianapolis News Indianapolis Recorder Indianapolis Sanborn Map and Baist Atlas Collection Indianapolis Sentinel and Indianapolis Herald Indianapolis South Side Turners Image Collection Indiana Preservationist Indiana Professional Artist Archives Indiana Red Cross Indiana School for the Deaf Indiana Territory Court Orders Inland Steel Company Image Collection Irish People IUPUI Image Collection IUPUI Textbooks IUPUI University Library Atrium Sculpture J James Whitcomb Riley Collection Jessie Groves Image Collection Jewish Post and Opinion K Keystone Lantern Slides Kiwanis International M Mapleton Fall Creek Neighborhood N National FFA Organization Images Neighborhood of Saturdays Neil Matthew Photograph Collection O Organization of American

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  • Thrushes, Wheatears, Bluebirds, Solitaires, Veerys, Robins :: Brock's Birds of Indiana
    College of Arts and Sciences Indiana University Northwest He is the author of Birds of the Indiana Dunes and many article dealing with Indiana Birding COVER DEIGN Margo Otremba and Peter Grube Geodesign www geodesignUSA com COVER PHOTOGRPHY John Cassidy Gallery of Bird Photographs and Artwork www jkcassidy com copyright 2006 Kenneth J Brock Production funding provided by the Amos Butler Audobon Society Indianapolis Indiana Author Brock Kenneth J Digital Publisher IUPUI University Library Funder Amos Butler Audubon Society Date 2006 Item Type CD ROM electronic resource Format and Resolution PDF Identifier Brocks Birds Pa Thrushes Online Version of Brock s Birds of Indiana by Kenneth J Brock ISBN 1 4243 0568 3 Coverage Indiana Usage Rights http www ulib iupui edu copyright Online Publishing Date 2008 01 15 Subject Birds Indiana Description Title Northern Wheatear Specie Oenanthe oenanthe Common Name Northern Wheatear transcript Northern Wheatear Oenanthe oenanthe Historical Information First Published Record Gary Bowman discovered Indiana s only Northern Wheatear at Lake Gibson on Easter Sunday morning 31 March 1991 Bowman 1991 A specimen collected in Michigan 4 October 1894 inspired Butler 1898 to add the Wheatear to Indiana s hypothetical list Neither Keller et al 1979 nor Mumford and Keller 1984 mentioned this species Status 5 Physical Evidence There are no known Inland specimens but a photograph taken by T C Lake 4 Keller graces the front cover of the 1991 issue of the Indiana Audubon Quarterly 3 Vol 69 No 3 2 STATUS TABLE Specimens Museum No known specimens 20 Year Abundance Table Win Spr Sum Northern Tier n n n Central Tier n n n Southern Tier n 10 n Entire State n n n No 0 Fall n n n n 1 0 J F M A M J J A S O N D Current Status The Northern Wheatear is Accidental 10 Occurrence This striking alternate plumed male frequented the gravel covered levee road toward the south end of Lake Gibson It was observed feeding flycatching and occasionally singing Bowman 1991 It was last seen 6 April but before departing the bird was identified by a number of observers and confirmed by photographs References Cited Bowman G 1991 Northern Wheatear Occurrence in Indiana Indiana Audubon Quarterly 69 133 134 B u t l e r A W 1898 The Birds of Indiana Indiana Department of Geology and Natural Resources Annual Report 22 575 1187 Keller C E S A Keller and T C Keller 1979 Indiana B i r d s and Their Haunts Indiana University Press Bloomington Ind 214 pp Northern Wheatear Numbers per County 4 3 2 1 Mumford R E and C E Keller 1984 The Birds of Indiana Indiana University Press Bloomington Ind 376 pp Tags Add tags for Northern Wheatear View as list View as tag cloud report abuse Comments Post a Comment for Northern Wheatear Thumbnails Content Thrushes Wheatears Bluebirds Solitaires Veerys Robins Northern Wheatear Eastern Bluebird Mountain Bluebird Townsend s Solitaire Veery Gray Cheeked Thrush Swainson s

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  • Warbler I: Warblers, Parulas :: Brock's Birds of Indiana
    3329 6 294 8 8 Kentucky Warbler 854 Black throated Green Warbler 3173 3 276 9 9 Louisiana Waterthrush 788 1 Nashville Warbler 2784 5 241 10 10 Mourning Warbler 634 1 Bay breasted Warbler 2308 2 146 11 14 Black throated Blue Warbler 633 4 Chestnut sided Warbler 2291 6 215 12 11 Pine Warbler 538 6 Black and white Warbler 2121 8 187 13 13 Golden winged Warbler 504 Blackpoll Warbler 2060 2 192 14 12 Orange crowned Warbler 457 8 Blue winged Warbler 1430 3 128 15 16 Worm eating Warbler 289 9 Cape May Warbler 1421 9 134 16 15 Connecticut Warbler 287 6 Wilson s Warbler 1354 9 121 17 17 Kirtland s Warbler 3 5 Northern Waterthrush 1309 4 113 18 19 Black throated Gray Warbler 1 9 Yellow breasted Chat 1287 9 86 7 19 24 Townsend s Warbler 1 5 Cerulean Warbler 1275 6 109 20 21 Swainson s Warbler 1 2 Abundance Index 100 000xnumber of individuals Total of all individuals i e 1000 times percentage 20 year mean total number observed 1986 2005 20 Rank Rank order based on all time total numbers 20 year means 1986 2005 Values in Table 1 reveal that all time rankings for Bay breasted and Yellow breasted Chat are lower than the 20 year rankings The chat for example ranks 19th on the all time list but falls to 24th over the last 20 years This suggests that populations of these species have declined in recent years a contention supported by other information see individual species accounts Similarly Northern Parula Yellow throated and Hooded Warblers have 20 year rankings greater than alltime rankings suggesting population increases Indeed 50 year population data support this possibility see individual species accounts Abundances during Migration Spring and fall migration abundances of the regularly occurring warblers along with seasonal rankings are displayed in Table 2 Here abundances are given in terms of percentages of all warbler individuals That is the 1 67 spring value for Blue winged Warbler means that of all spring warblers counted this species constitutes 1 67 of the total An intriguing aspect of warbler migration is that several species display markedly different abundances between the spring and fall flights An extreme example is provided by the Yellow Warbler which ranks second in the spring migration behind the Yellow rumped but plummets to 25th in fall TABLE 2 Regularly Occurring Warbler Rankings by Migration All time data through fall 2005 Spring Rank Fall Rank Spring 1 49 1 56 1 75 1 96 6 46 1 10 0 35 3 44 2 02 1 18 1 00 0 37 0 85 6 88 0 82 1 37 1 32 1 23 Rank 17 16 14 13 5 26 36 8 12 24 27 35 29 3 30 19 21 23 Fall Rank 8 9 34 12 2 31 36 11 19 35 33 30 27 6 29 15 18 32 3 99 3 24 0 11 2 65 9 55 0 16 0 06 2 86 0 70 0 11 0 13 0 23 0 38 5 20 0 28 1 66 0 76 0 16 Blue winged Warbler 1 67 15 0 63 21 Bay breasted Warbler Golden winged Warbler 0 55 32 0 51 22 Blackpoll Warbler Tennessee Warbler 4 78 6 9 32 3 Cerulean Warbler Orange crowned Warbler 0 38 34 0 67 20 Black and white Warbler Nashville Warbler 3 19 9 2 98 10 American Redstart Northern Parula 1 29 22 0 43 24 Prothonotary Warbler Yellow Warbler 8 00 2 0 41 25 Worm eating Warbler Chestnut sided Warbler 2 35 11 2 43 13 Ovenbird Magnolia Warbler 3 85 7 7 52 4 Northern Waterthrush Cape May Warbler 1 16 25 2 12 14 Louisiana Waterthrush Black throated Blue Warbler 0 53 33 0 91 17 Kentucky Warbler Yellow rumped Warbler 23 40 1 26 87 1 Connecticut Warbler Black throated Green Warbler 2 75 10 4 27 7 Mourning Warbler Blackburnian Warbler 1 34 20 1 30 16 Common Yellowthroat Yellow throated Warbler 1 49 18 0 43 23 Hooded Warbler Pine Warbler 0 59 31 0 39 26 Wilson s Warbler Prairie Warbler 0 88 28 0 30 28 Canada Warbler Palm Warbler 6 66 4 6 30 5 Yellow breasted Chat Percentage of the total number of warbler individuals of all species By comparing the ratio of spring and fall abundances i e data in the columns of Table 2 warblers can be separated into three groups reflecting relative magnitudes of the spring and fall flights These groups are tabulated as follows TABLE 3 Spring to Fall Ratios Description Warblers most common in spring Warblers in roughly equal numbers each season Warblers more common in fall Spring to Fall Ratio spring fall Spring to Fall Ratio 18 0 2 26 1 71 0 83 0 75 0 37 Warblers in each of these three categories are listed below Warblers more common in spring migration The 14 warblers in this category are primarily breeding species that generally do not nest north of Indiana The Northern Parula Yellow Northern Waterthrush and Mourning Warbler constitute exceptions to this rule This group is tabulated below arranged in order of decreasing ratio TABLE 4 WARBLERS MOST COMMON IN SPRING Yellow Warbler Cerulean Warbler Louisiana Waterthrush Yellow breasted Chat Prothonotary Warbler Worm eating Warbler Kentucky Warbler Yellow throated Warbler Northern Waterthrush Northern Parula Blue winged Warbler Prairie Warbler Hooded Warbler Mourning Warbler Perhaps the most extreme example in this group is the Yellow Warbler with approximately 18 times as many individuals tallied in spring as in fall The Cerulean Warbler with a ratio of 15 4 runs a close second Warblers with Roughly equal numbers in both flights This group includes a dozen warblers that are primarily non breeders i e pure migrants However exceptions to this rule include Pine Common Yellowthroat Ovenbird and Chestnut sided Warblers in this category are tabulated below arranged in order of decreasing ratio TABLE 5 WARBLERS IN ABOUT EQUAL NUMBERS BOTH MIGRATIONS Canada Warbler Pine Warbler Connecticut Warbler Common Yellowthroat Golden winged Warbler Ovenbird Palm Warbler Nashville Warbler Blackburnian Warbler Chestnut sided Warbler Yellow rumped Warbler Wilson s Warbler Species more common in fall Most of these warblers are pure migrants indeed only three of these Black throated Green Redstart and Black and white nest regularly in the state arranged in order of decreasing ratio TABLE 6 WARBLERS MORE COMMON IN FALL Black and white Warbler American Redstart Black throated Green Warbler Black throated Blue Warbler Orange crowned Warbler Magnolia Warbler Cape May Warbler Tennessee Warbler Blackpoll Warbler Bay breasted Warbler The Bay breasted Warbler with a spring to fall abundance ratio of 0 37 has the lowest value of all warblers Object Description Title Warbler I Warblers Parulas Description From the original CD ROM back cover This work describes Indiana avifauna Each species account contains historical information comments on occurrence migration statistics macimum counts and nesting data Population trends are presented for most breeding species Maps graphs and tables support the presentations and more than 100 color photographs are included AUTHOR Kenneth J Brock is professor Emeritus of Geology and former Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences Indiana University Northwest He is the author of Birds of the Indiana Dunes and many article dealing with Indiana Birding COVER DEIGN Margo Otremba and Peter Grube Geodesign www geodesignUSA com COVER PHOTOGRPHY John Cassidy Gallery of Bird Photographs and Artwork www jkcassidy com copyright 2006 Kenneth J Brock Production funding provided by the Amos Butler Audobon Society Indianapolis Indiana Author Brock Kenneth J Digital Publisher IUPUI University Library Funder Amos Butler Audubon Society Date 2006 Item Type CD ROM electronic resource Format and Resolution PDF Identifier Brocks Birds Qb Warbler I Online Version of Brock s Birds of Indiana by Kenneth J Brock ISBN 1 4243 0568 3 Coverage Indiana Usage Rights http www ulib iupui edu copyright Online Publishing Date 2008 01 15 Subject Birds Indiana Description Title Warbler Overview transcript Warbler Overview Thirty six warbler species occur regularly in Indiana and four additional species have been recorded The four species of less than regular occurrence are Black throated Gray Townsend s Kirtland s and Swainson s Of the regular warblers approximately 20 are summer residents and 16 are migrants Indiana s most abundant warbler is the Yellow rumped which comprises some 23 percent of all warblers counted in the state Warbler Abundance Statewide abundances of all 40 Indiana warblers are listed in Tables 1a and 1b Abundance is listed as an index which is the percentage of all time individual totals multiplied by 1000 brings numbers within easy handling range For example the abundance index for American Redstart is 8034 9 which means that about 8 03 of all warblers are this species The table also lists the 20 year mean which is the average annual number of individuals reported over the past 20 years 1986 2005 in this case TABLE 1a WARBLER ABUNDANCE TABLE I Arranged in AOU Order data through fall 2005 Abundance 20 yr Rank Index Mean Abundance 20 yr Index Mean 521 146 192 109 187 823 71 1 22 8 0 05 294 113 70 6 71 7 19 7 51 4 801 92 121 75 8 86 7 Rank 6 5 11 14 14 12 20 21 13 13 2 2 25 27 35 35 40 40 8 8 18 19 29 28 28 26 36 36 30 30 3 3 26 22 17 17 23 25 19 24 Blue winged Warbler 1430 3 128 15 16 Palm Warbler 5841 1 Golden winged Warbler 504 0 38 3 33 33 Bay breasted Warbler 2308 2 Tennessee Warbler 6058 3 497 5 6 Blackpoll Warbler 2060 2 Orange crowned Warbler 457 8 38 2 34 34 Cerulean Warbler 1275 6 Nashville Warbler 2784 5 241 10 10 Black and white Warbler 2121 8 Northern Parula 999 9 110 24 20 American Redstart 8034 9 Yellow Warbler 6079 8 597 4 4 Prothonotary Warbler 959 1 Chestnut sided Warbler 2291 6 215 12 11 Worm eating Warbler 289 9 Magnolia Warbler 4914 0 435 7 7 Swainson s Warbler 1 2 Cape May Warbler 1421 9 134 16 15 Ovenbird 3329 6 Black throated Blue Warbler 633 4 49 1 31 32 Northern Waterthrush 1309 4 Yellow rumped Warbler 22771 9 2114 1 1 Louisiana Waterthrush 788 1 Black throated Gray Warbler 1 9 0 2 38 37 Kentucky Warbler 854 0 Black throated Green Warbler 3173 3 276 9 9 Connecticut Warbler 287 6 Townsend s Warbler 1 5 0 1 39 38 Mourning Warbler 634 1 Blackburnian Warbler 1225 9 89 7 21 23 Common Yellowthroat 8033 8 Yellow throated Warbler 1105 4 116 22 18 Hooded Warbler 889 8 Pine Warbler 538 6 49 6 32 31 Wilson s Warbler 1354 9 Kirtland s Warbler 3 5 0 1 37 39 Canada Warbler 1052 3 Prairie Warbler 889 0 65 27 29 Yellow breasted Chat 1287 9 Abundance Index 100 000xnumber of individuals Total of all individuals i e 1000 times percentage 20 year mean total number observed 1986 2005 20 Rank Rank order based on all time total numbers 20 year means 1986 2005 In assessing warbler abundance rank order is used frequently as this parameter is less dependent on observer effort than are the total numbers Within the Abundance Tables data in the Rank column actually include two values Numbers on the left are rankings based on comprehensive totals i e the abundance index whereas right hand numbers rank data collected over the last 20 years Note that within the ranking lists several species have identical values for both the all time and 20 year rankings e g Yellow rumped Nashville and Ovenbird and many more have values within one or two Blue winged and Blackburnian Five species however have ranking differences of three or more Parula Yellow throated Bay breasted Hooded and Chat These differences in rankings provide an insight into population stability That is comparing the all time and 20 year ranking can give an indication of population changes TABLE 1b WARBLER ABUNDANCE TABLE II Arranged by All Time Abundance data through fall 2005 Abundance 20 yr Index Mean Rank Abundance 20 yr Index Mean 89 7 116 75 8 110 71 1 92 65 71 7 70 6 51 4 49 1 49 6 38 3 38 2 22 8 19 7 0 1 0 2 0 1 0 05 Rank 21 23 22 18 23 25 24 20 25 27 26 22 27 29 28 26 29 28 30 30 31 32 32 31 33 33 34 34 35 35 36 36 37 39 38 37 39 38 40 40 Yellow rumped Warbler 22771 9 2114 1 1 Blackburnian Warbler 1225 9 American Redstart 8034 9 823 2 2 Yellow throated Warbler 1105 4 Common Yellowthroat 8033 8 801 3 3 Canada Warbler 1052 3 Yellow Warbler 6079 8 597 4 4 Northern Parula 999 9 Tennessee Warbler 6058 3 497 5 6 Prothonotary Warbler 959 1 Palm Warbler 5841 1 521 6 5 Hooded Warbler 889 8 Magnolia Warbler 4914 435 7 7 Prairie Warbler 889 Ovenbird 3329 6 294 8 8 Kentucky Warbler 854 Black throated Green Warbler 3173 3 276 9 9 Louisiana Waterthrush 788 1 Nashville Warbler 2784 5 241 10 10 Mourning Warbler 634 1 Bay breasted Warbler 2308 2 146 11 14 Black throated Blue Warbler 633 4 Chestnut sided Warbler 2291 6 215 12 11 Pine Warbler 538 6 Black and white Warbler 2121 8 187 13 13 Golden winged Warbler 504 Blackpoll Warbler 2060 2 192 14 12 Orange crowned Warbler 457 8 Blue winged Warbler 1430 3 128 15 16 Worm eating Warbler 289 9 Cape May Warbler 1421 9 134 16 15 Connecticut Warbler 287 6 Wilson s Warbler 1354 9 121 17 17 Kirtland s Warbler 3 5 Northern Waterthrush 1309 4 113 18 19 Black throated Gray Warbler 1 9 Yellow breasted Chat 1287 9 86 7 19 24 Townsend s Warbler 1 5 Cerulean Warbler 1275 6 109 20 21 Swainson s Warbler 1 2 Abundance Index 100 000xnumber of individuals Total of all individuals i e 1000 times percentage 20 year mean total number observed 1986 2005 20 Rank Rank order based on all time total numbers 20 year means 1986 2005 Values in Table 1 reveal that all time rankings for Bay breasted and Yellow breasted Chat are lower than the 20 year rankings The chat for example ranks 19th on the all time list but falls to 24th over the last 20 years This suggests that populations of these species have declined in recent years a contention supported by other information see individual species accounts Similarly Northern Parula Yellow throated and Hooded Warblers have 20 year rankings greater than alltime rankings suggesting population increases Indeed 50 year population data support this possibility see individual species accounts Abundances during Migration Spring and fall migration abundances of the regularly occurring warblers along with seasonal rankings are displayed in Table 2 Here abundances are given in terms of percentages of all warbler individuals That is the 1 67 spring value for Blue winged Warbler means that of all spring warblers counted this species constitutes 1 67 of the total An intriguing aspect of warbler migration is that several species display markedly different abundances between the spring and fall flights An extreme example is provided by the Yellow Warbler which ranks second in the spring migration behind the Yellow rumped but plummets to 25th in fall TABLE 2 Regularly Occurring Warbler Rankings by Migration All time data through fall 2005 Spring Rank Fall Rank Spring 1 49 1 56 1 75 1 96 6 46 1 10 0 35 3 44 2 02 1 18 1 00 0 37 0 85 6 88 0 82 1 37 1 32 1 23 Rank 17 16 14 13 5 26 36 8 12 24 27 35 29 3 30 19 21 23 Fall Rank 8 9 34 12 2 31 36 11 19 35 33 30 27 6 29 15 18 32 3 99 3 24 0 11 2 65 9 55 0 16 0 06 2 86 0 70 0 11 0 13 0 23 0 38 5 20 0 28 1 66 0 76 0 16 Blue winged Warbler 1 67 15 0 63 21 Bay breasted Warbler Golden winged Warbler 0 55 32 0 51 22 Blackpoll Warbler Tennessee Warbler 4 78 6 9 32 3 Cerulean Warbler Orange crowned Warbler 0 38 34 0 67 20 Black and white Warbler Nashville Warbler 3 19 9 2 98 10 American Redstart Northern Parula 1 29 22 0 43 24 Prothonotary Warbler Yellow Warbler 8 00 2 0 41 25 Worm eating Warbler Chestnut sided Warbler 2 35 11 2 43 13 Ovenbird Magnolia Warbler 3 85 7 7 52 4 Northern Waterthrush Cape May Warbler 1 16 25 2 12 14 Louisiana Waterthrush Black throated Blue Warbler 0 53 33 0 91 17 Kentucky Warbler Yellow rumped Warbler 23 40 1 26 87 1 Connecticut Warbler Black throated Green Warbler 2 75 10 4 27 7 Mourning Warbler Blackburnian Warbler 1 34 20 1 30 16 Common Yellowthroat Yellow throated Warbler 1 49 18 0 43 23 Hooded Warbler Pine Warbler 0 59 31 0 39 26 Wilson s Warbler Prairie Warbler 0 88 28 0 30 28 Canada Warbler Palm Warbler 6 66 4 6 30 5 Yellow breasted Chat Percentage of the total number of warbler individuals of all species By comparing the ratio of spring and fall abundances i e data in the columns of Table 2 warblers can be separated into three groups reflecting relative magnitudes of the spring and fall flights These groups are tabulated as follows TABLE 3 Spring to

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  • Sparrows, Towhees, Buntings, Juncos, Longspurs :: Brock's Birds of Indiana
    Digital Publisher IUPUI University Library Funder Amos Butler Audubon Society Date 2006 Item Type CD ROM electronic resource Format and Resolution PDF Identifier Brocks Birds S Sparrows Online Version of Brock s Birds of Indiana by Kenneth J Brock ISBN 1 4243 0568 3 Coverage Indiana Usage Rights http www ulib iupui edu copyright Online Publishing Date 2008 01 15 Subject Birds Indiana Description Title Sparrow Overview transcript Sparrow Overview Including towhees longspurs and the Snow Bunting some 29 representatives of the sparrow clan have occurred in Indiana Within this group ten are breeders nine are migrants four are winter residents five are accidental and one Bachman s is apparently extirpated Relative sparrow abundances based on both all time numbers and 20 year means are shown in the Sparrow Abundance Table SPARROW ABUNDANCE TABLE data through fall 2004 Arranged in AOU order Abundance 20 year Index mean Rank Green tailed Towhee Spotted Towhee Eastern Towhee Cassin s Sparrow Bachman s Sparrow American Tree Sparrow Chipping Sparrow Clay colored Sparrow Field Sparrow Vesper Sparrow Lark Sparrow Lark Bunting Savannah Sparrow Grasshopper Sparrow Henslow s Sparrow 0 3 1 2 1830 3 0 3 24 6 7148 4 2612 8 25 2 3074 9 637 0 99 1 0 7 1382 6 800 3 489 4 0 05 0 25 358 0 05 0 1 1226 649 5 8 486 92 6 14 0 316 184 94 27 26 25 24 11 11 28 27 24 25 5 5 9 7 23 22 7 8 16 18 19 19 26 29 12 12 15 14 18 17 Le Conte s Sparrow Nelson s Sharp tailed Fox Sparrow Song Sparrow Lincoln s Sparrow Swamp Sparrow White throated Sparrow Harris s Sparrow White crowned Sparrow Dark eyed Junco McCown s Longspur Lapland Longspur Smith s Longspur Snow Bunting Abundance 20 year Index mean Rank 82 7 43 1 1158 9 5565 4 521 0 2267 6 8351 7 37 8 2653 8 17407 9 0 3 10908 7 927 4 8430 6 11 4 6 3 187 1015 103 426 1715 3 5 438 2062 0 05 2180 161 1804 20 20 21 21 13 13 6 6 17 16 10 10 4 4 22 23 8 9 1 2 29 28 2 1 14 15 3 3 Arranged by All Time Abundance Dark eyed Junco 17407 9 2062 1 2 Vesper Sparrow 637 Lapland Longspur 10908 7 2180 2 1 Lincoln s Sparrow 521 Snow Bunting 8430 6 1804 3 3 Henslow s Sparrow 489 4 White throated Sparrow 8351 7 1715 4 4 Lark Sparrow 99 1 American Tree Sparrow 7148 4 1226 5 5 Le Conte s Sparrow 82 7 Song Sparrow 5565 4 1015 6 6 Nelson s Sharp tailed 43 1 Field Sparrow 3074 9 486 7 8 Harris s Sparrow 37 8 White crowned Sparrow 2653 8 438 8 9 Clay colored Sparrow 25 2 Chipping Sparrow 2612 8 649 9 7 Bachman s Sparrow 24 6 Swamp

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  • Nighthawks, Hummingbirds, Chuck-will's-widows, Whip-poor-wills, Chimney Swifts :: Brock's Birds of Indiana
    included AUTHOR Kenneth J Brock is professor Emeritus of Geology and former Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences Indiana University Northwest He is the author of Birds of the Indiana Dunes and many article dealing with Indiana Birding COVER DEIGN Margo Otremba and Peter Grube Geodesign www geodesignUSA com COVER PHOTOGRPHY John Cassidy Gallery of Bird Photographs and Artwork www jkcassidy com copyright 2006 Kenneth J Brock Production funding provided by the Amos Butler Audobon Society Indianapolis Indiana Author Brock Kenneth J Digital Publisher IUPUI University Library Funder Amos Butler Audubon Society Date 2006 Item Type CD ROM electronic resource Format and Resolution PDF Identifier Brocks Birds K Nightjars Wdpkrs Nightjars Hummers Online Version of Brock s Birds of Indiana by Kenneth J Brock ISBN 1 4243 0568 3 Coverage Indiana Usage Rights http www ulib iupui edu copyright Online Publishing Date 2008 01 15 Subject Birds Indiana Description Title Common Nighthawk Specie Chordeiles minor Common Name Common Nighthawk transcript Common Nighthawk Chordeiles minor Historical Information First Published Record The earliest published Common Nighthawk report came from Franklin County on 17 May 1885 Butler 1898 Butler 1898 referred to the Bull Bat as an abundant migrant most numerous in fall Keller et al 1979 considered it a summer resident common in spring and abundant in fall Mumford and Keller 1984 deemed the Nighthawk a common migrant and summer resident 20000 18000 16000 14000 12000 10000 8000 6000 4000 2000 0 J F M A M J J A S O N D Inland Lake Status P h y s i c a l Evidence At least ten specimens are preserved in museums S F Jackson unpublished list and J B Dunning unpublished computer list STATUS TABLE Specimens Museum Chicago Field Museum National Museum of Natural History Purdue Univ Wildlife Laboratory 20 Year Abundance Table Win Spr Sum Northern Tier n 5 6 Central Tier n 5 7 Southern Tier n 5 6 Entire State n 5 6 No 1 2 7 Fall 3 3 3 3 Current Status The Common Nighthawk remains a summer resident which is Fairly Common 5 in spring and Very Common 3 in fall Occurrence The Nighthawk is widely distributed with reports from at least 82 counties but large numbers are rarely encountered except during fall migration Although an average of more than 800 birds per year has been recorded over the past 20 years there is concern that numbers are dwindling see Population Trend This contention is supported by the observation that despite increased birder effort yearly totals have exceeded the twenty year mean only twice in the past decade Note also that the most recent count in the maximum count table occurred back in 1983 Fall Migration The autumn flight is far more spectacular than the spring migration as large sometimes enormous loose flocks move southward together The movements account for the impressive fall numbers in the maximum count table There exist three November records all in the southern two thirds of

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  • Shorebirds II: Turnstones, Knots, Sanderlings, Sandpipers, Dunlins, Ruffs, Dowitchers, Snipes, Woodcocks, Phalaropes :: Brock's Birds of Indiana
    com COVER PHOTOGRPHY John Cassidy Gallery of Bird Photographs and Artwork www jkcassidy com copyright 2006 Kenneth J Brock Production funding provided by the Amos Butler Audobon Society Indianapolis Indiana Author Brock Kenneth J Digital Publisher IUPUI University Library Funder Amos Butler Audubon Society Date 2006 Item Type CD ROM electronic resource Format and Resolution PDF Identifier Brocks Birds Ha Shorebirds I Online Version of Brock s Birds of Indiana by Kenneth J Brock ISBN 1 4243 0568 3 Coverage Indiana Usage Rights http www ulib iupui edu copyright Online Publishing Date 2008 01 15 Subject Birds Indiana Description Title Ruddy Turnstone Specie Arenaria interpres Common Name Ruddy Turnstone transcript Ruddy Turnstone Arenaria interpres Historical Information First Published Record Butler 1898 noted that a Franklin County record of this species was included in the 1869 state geological report but the earliest fully dated record came from Starke County where Ruthven Deane observed this species 20 May 1888 Butler 1898 Brayton 1879 described the Turnstone as a common migrant along Lake Michigan and Butler 1898 deemed it a rare migrant virtually unknown away from the lake Keller 1957 considered it a rare migrant away from Lake Michigan but fairly common near the lake Keller et al 1979 listed this colorful shorebird 600 as uncommon in the north and very rare 540 Inland elsewhere Mumford and Keller 1984 480 Lake also noted that it was most abundant 420 along the lake 360 300 240 180 120 60 0 J F M A M J J A S O N D Status Physical Evidence Some five specimens are housed in museums S F Jackson unpublished list STATUS TABLE Specimens Museum Chicago Field Museum National Museum of Natural History Milwaukee Public Museum 20 Year Abundance Table Win Spr Sum Northern Tier n 6 6 Central Tier 8 7 10 Southern Tier 9 7 n Entire State 8 6 6 No Ruddy Turnstone Numbers per County 100 1 2 2 Fall 5 9 7 5 11 100 2 10 Current Status K e l l e r s 1957 status assessment remains accurate today the Ruddy Turnstone is Fairly Common 5 to Uncommon 6 on L a k e Michigan and Rare 7 to Accidental 10 elsewhere Occurrence The migration histogram reveals that Turnstones are most frequently encountered along Lake Michigan s shores however this colorful shorebird has also been reported in 34 inland counties see distribution map where it frequents the shores of large reservoirs and mudflats An average of about seven birds per year have been recorded at inland sites over the past 20 years 1 Migration Only four records exist between 9 June and 18 July The largest break during this interval occurs between 28 June and 18 July only one record 7 July 1980 occurs within this period Accordingly this break is taken as the transition between the spring and fall flights In autumn the southbound adults pass through the state about a month ahead of the juveniles Winter Records Two

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  • Gallinaceous Birds: Turkeys, Patridges, Grouse, Pheasants, Chickens, Bobwhites :: Brock's Birds of Indiana
    are included AUTHOR Kenneth J Brock is professor Emeritus of Geology and former Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences Indiana University Northwest He is the author of Birds of the Indiana Dunes and many article dealing with Indiana Birding COVER DEIGN Margo Otremba and Peter Grube Geodesign www geodesignUSA com COVER PHOTOGRPHY John Cassidy Gallery of Bird Photographs and Artwork www jkcassidy com copyright 2006 Kenneth J Brock Production funding provided by the Amos Butler Audobon Society Indianapolis Indiana Author Brock Kenneth J Digital Publisher IUPUI University Library Funder Amos Butler Audubon Society Date 2006 Item Type CD ROM electronic resource Format and Resolution PDF Identifier Brocks Birds C Gallinaceous Online Version of Brock s Birds of Indiana by Kenneth J Brock ISBN 1 4243 0568 3 Coverage Indiana Usage Rights http www ulib iupui edu copyright Online Publishing Date 2008 01 15 Subject Birds Indiana Description Title Gray Partridge Specie Perdix perdix Common Name Gray Partridge transcript Gray Partridge Perdix perdix Historical Information Thousands of Gray Partridges were released in Indiana early in the twentieth century and until World War II this species flourished especially in eastern portions of the state Following the war changes in farming practices resulted in the disappearance of this species in Indiana Mumford and Keller 1984 For more details about this species distribution in the midtwentieth century see Wright 1966 Status Physical Evidence specimens are housed in museums as listed in the Status Table S F Jackson unpublished list J B Dunning unpublished computer list and Richards 1987 STATUS TABLE Specimens Museum National Museum of Natural History Indiana State Museum Purdue Univ Wildlife Laboratory includes one egg No 4 2 5 Current Status This introduced species is now extirpated in Indiana The last sightings occurred during the years 1975 1977 in Adams Allen LaGrange and Noble Counties Mumford and Keller 1984 Gray Partridge Data Maximum Single Party Counts Entire State Number 36 30 15 15 14 14 14 Date 19 Sep 1931 23 Jul 1931 18 Mar 1960 11 Nov 1963 31 Dec 1953 07 Nov 1963 24 Sep 1965 Location Jay Co Jay Co St Joseph Co Clinton Co Wayne Co Tipton Co Hamilton Co Observer K P Able W H Buskirk Ref REM REM REM REM REM REM REM References Cited Mumford R E and C E Keller 1984 The Birds of Indiana Indiana University Press Bloomington Ind 376 pp Richards R L 1987 The Vertebrate Collection of the Indiana State Museum Old Specimens and Records Proceedings of the Indiana Academy of Science 97 547 570 Wright V L 1966 Status of the gray partridge in Indiana Master s Thesis Purdue Univ June 1966 64 pp Tags Add tags for Gray Partridge View as list View as tag cloud report abuse Comments Post a Comment for Gray Partridge Thumbnails Content Gallinaceous Birds Turkeys Patridges Grouse Pheasants Gray Partridge Ring necked Pheasant Ruffed Grouse Greater Prairie Chicken Wild Turkey Nothern Bobwhite Gallinaceous Birds Turkeys Patridges Grouse Pheasants Gray Partridge Ring necked

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