Nine species of stragglers and rare birds were recorded from Taik, southern Tokachi district, Hokkaido, from September 1970 to May 1981. A single bird of Accipiter gentilis albidus was observed on February 10, 1981 at Hikata. A single bird of Falco rusticolus was seen from January 11 to February 20, 1980: January 11 at Kosei, January 20 at Shimo-taiki, February 1 at Memu and February 20 at Furubetsu. A single bird of Falco columbarius was observed on March 10, 1979 at Toyosato. A single bird of Grus grus was observed in September, 1970 at Bisei and November, 1971 at Seika. Two birds of Grus monacha was seen in late October at Nakajima, from 1972 to 1974, and a single bird of G. monacha was seen at Nakajima from April 29 to May 6, 1981. A single bird of Grus canadensis was seen from December 5 to 23, 1979 at Seika. Two species of Grus were seen in company with Grus japonensis. A single bird of Tringa guttifer was seen from September 21 to 23, 1980 at Kosei. A single bird of Emberiza pusilla was seen among a flock of Acanthis flammea from January 25 to 28, 1978 at Kaishin. A single bird of Corvus monedula dauuricus was seen from April 3 to 8, 1978: April 3 at Taiko and April 3 at the town of Taiki, and on March 13, 1980 at Takuhoku. These records are the first ones from Tokachi District.