I went out for Red-cockaded roost checks today at Hal Scott Preserve. With
the cold, and the wind birds have been very quiet. Today was the first day
since the last cold spell that birds have started to sing again. I saw Bachman's
Sparrows, Eastern Blue Birds, Towhees, Brown-headed Nuthatches, Pine
Warblers, Palm Warblers, Myrtle Warblers, Sandhill Cranes, Cooper's Hawks,
Red-shouldered Hawks, and of course Red-cockaded Woodpeckers. Looked for
Hairy Woodpeckers Ken, but no luck....
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