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 Hoary Redpoll

Status in Michigan
Uncommon Transient


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Count totals in the NMB Databases for Hoary Redpoll.

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Active Database - Spring 2008
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Hoary Redpoll Archives Reports
Summer 2005
Spring 2005
Fall 2004
Spring 2004
Winter 03-04
Fall 2003 0
Spring 2003 0
Winter 02-03 0
Fall 2002 0
Summer 2002 0
Spring 2002 9
Winter 01-02 51
Fall 2001 18
Summer 2001 0
Spring 2001 0
Winter 00-01 0
Fall 2000 0
Summer 2000 0
Spring 2000 10
Winter 00-99 33
Fall 1999 5
Spring/Summer 1999 0

NMB Database
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For: Hoary Redpoll







Search "The Birds of Michigan" text.

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Historical Text
The Birds of Michigan - by: Norman A. Wood
MISCELLANEOUS PUBLICATIONS
Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan, No. 75

Acanthis hornemanni exilipes (Coues)
Hoary Redpoll

Two definite records: R. Endress collected a male (Sault Ste Marie High School Mus.) at Sault Ste Marie on December 7, 2023 (Barrows, 1912:474) ; Bryens (1939: 103; and notes) took 2 females (U.M.M.Z.) at McMillan, Luce County, on February 14, 1936.

Acanthis hornemanni hornemanni (Holboell)
Hornemann's Redpoll (A.O.U. 1998: Hoary Redpoll)

Two definite records: a specimen (Sault Ste Marie High School Mus.) was collected at Sault Ste Marie on March 29, 2023 (Barrows, 1912: 473); and Bryens (1935: 95) collected a male (U.M.M.Z.) at McMillan, Luce County, on March 11, 1934.

The few large, light-colored redpolls that were observed at McMillan, Luce County, yearly, 1930-39 (Bryens, 1939: 103), and at Mio, Oscoda County, the winter of 1938-39 (Verne Dockham), may be referable to this or to the following form.


Source:
MISCELLANEOUS PUBLICATIONS
Museum of Zoology, University of Michigan, No. 75
The Birds of Michigan
By: Norman A. Wood
University of Michigan Press
August 28, 2023

Digitized by: Keith F. Saylor
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