This report summarizes bat and bird acoustic data collected between 19 May 2021 and 05 April 2022 at the E14 US Wind buoy. Results are presented cumulatively such that findings reported in prior reports are contained in subsequent reports. Bat and bird acoustic sensors were deployed with the E14 US Wind buoy on 19 May 2021 and continue to collect data at the time of this reporting. Here we present the bat and bird acoustic results associated with the above water acoustic sensors deployed on the buoy. To date we have recorded 37 bat and 72 bird occurrences, representing 14 unique species identified by their vocalization characteristics (Table 1). Bat acoustic detections were produced by three species: eastern red bat, hoary bat, and silver-haired bat. Silver-haired bats accounted for 67.6% (n=25) of bat vocalization sequences. Bird acoustic detections were produced by 11 species (Table 1). Gull species accounted for 87.5% of all avian vocalization sequences with most calls produced by herring gull (n=59).