Hermit Thrush

This species is found occasionally during the spring, mostly during late May (though there are records from mid-May to early June) with a single outlier summer record from mid-July that is likely to be of a failed breeding bird. It is a nearly annual migrant in the fall from late August through mid-October. It is […]

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Wood Thrush

An extremely unexpected species to be found on St. Paul Island (or in Alaska for that matter), this single record is enough of an outlier that it is unlikely to be duplicated and unreasonable to state when other records are to occur. There are no other known records of this species within 2,500 miles of […]

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American Robin

An annual, late fall vagrant in the Pribilofs, this species is most often recorded between September 25th and October 10th with additional records from mid-September through late October. This hardy species could likely be found even later into the fall/winter during some years. There are only a few spring records from which coincide with the […]

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