Birders along the East Coast may want to keep a look out for Greater Shearwaters. We have had 6 brought in to the Marine Science Center Bird Rehabilitation Center in the last few days. All of them have died within a day or so.
On a happier note, I did find a Yellow-throated Vireo nest with two hungry chicks being fed by an adult high up in a Long-leaf Pine on June 8. I also had a late migrant American Redstart, in a female-type plumage, singing away in Wilbur-By-The-Sea on June 3. Eight Common Terns in alternate plumage were sitting on Disappearing Island in Ponce de Leon Inlet on June 10. A male orange variant House Finch was courting a female in Ponce Inlet on June 3.
Marine Science Center
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