During the third quarter of 2022 (July, August, and September), the Collaborative submitted 212 checklists from 3 countries (Australia, Costa Rica, Mexico, and the United States).
- July: 81 checklists and 318 species.
- August: 54 checklists and 195 species.
- September: 82 checklists and 259 species.
The 2022 year list is up to 1,188 species.
The life list rises by 2, to 4,126 species:
Both of these birds were seen on my pelagic tour out of San Diego.
Written by Jason Crotty
Jason Crotty is a birder, lawyer, and occasional writer currently living in Portland, Oregon with his wife and daughter. A Bay Area native, he started birding while working at a large law firm in San Francisco, but birds less frequently now that there's a kid around, so he writes instead. Jason started at 10,000 Birds with a few guest posts and signed on as a beat writer in March 2017. He is particularly interested in the intersection of law and birding (especially the Endangered Species Act), other bird-related federal litigation, and federal public lands. Jason's writing has also appeared in BirdWatching, Birding, and Birder's Guide, both online and in print.
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