After the Tropical Audubon trip this morning (when few birds were seen at
Cape Florida), Paul Bithorn and I headed over to AD Barnes park to look
for the Warbling Vireo.
We found it at about 2pm.
Divergent directions have been given for the bird, which makes me wonder
if there might be two. Our Warbling Vireo was _not_ in the Nature Center.
Rather, turn right when the road tees after entering the park, and proceed
to the end. Park there. The Warbling Vireo was seen near the far end of
the parking lot, to the left of the trail through the small hammock. We
first spotted it in a Fiddlewood, about 3/4 of the way up. Other birds in
the area included Magnolia (male), B&W, and Prairie Warblers, Catbirds,
and Great Crested Flycatchers. A female Maggie was seen in the small
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