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Animals

Invertebrates
A pictoral reference to the butterflies of Rice Creek Field Station with information and photographs from yearly inventories begun in 1996 by Peter G. Weber of the Department of Biological Sciences at SUNY Oswego, emertius, assisted by Nicholas Weber and Michael Holy.

Click here for a printable butterflies checklist (pdf).
Holy, M. & Jackson, D. C. (2012), EDs. Butterflies of Rice Creek Checklist, Oswego, NY: State University of New York at Oswego, Rice Creek Field Station

Vertebrates
Species known at Rice Creek are presented in this spreadsheet .
When in the spreadsheet, use your browser's search function (Ctrl + F or Command+F) . 

Click here for a printable bird checklist (pdf).
Jackson, D. C. (2012), ED. Birds of Central New York Checklist, Oswego, NY: State University of New York at Oswego, Rice Creek Field Station

For more information about Bird Banding at Rice Creek Field Station  contact Dr. Diann C. Jackson.

Onondaga Audubon Society provides information to give birders, especially those with only several years of experience, an idea of when to expect spring migrants.