This category consists of 32 species that occur annually, or almost annually, in Svalbard. Some of these species are found breeding once. This applies to Black-headed Gull, Ross’s Gull and White Wagtail. Several of the species appear very sparsely, still breeding attempts have probably been made, without any successful breeding being confirmed. This applies to Bean Goose, Greylag Goose, Eurasian Wigeon, Steller’s Eider, Red-breasted Merganser and Pectoral Sandpiper. In addition, breeding / breeding attempts are suspected once for both Common Redshank and Iceland Gull. Breeding has been recorded once for Arctic Redpoll. In addition, Common and / or Arctic Redpoll (uncertainty of the species belonging) have been observed breeding a few times. Pacific Golden Plover, House Martin and Common Starling are all found breeding once, but as these species occur very rarely in Svalbard, they are not included here.