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Subject: John Chestnut Park • 102910 [birdPIX]
On Friday morning I was out at John Chestnut Park. I heard and observed the
Barred Owl pair on the Peggy Park Trail & boardwalk. On the boardwalk & trail
I also found a Great Blue Heron, Carolina Wren and a Blue-headed Vireo.
I observed a flycatcher that I believe is a juvenile plumaged Eastern Phoebe.
At first I tried to turn it into a Wood-Pewee but the wings are not long
enough. Juveniles of all three phoebe species have somewhat pronounced –
thought not real conspicuous -wingbars as this bird does. What’s so nice about
being able to capture images of birds in the field is being able compare the
images on the computer screen with the illustrations in the reference books.
Great Blue Heron • 102910 • John Chestnut Park, Pinellas Co., FL
Barred Owl • 102910 • John Chestnut Park, Pinellas Co., FL
Pileated Woodpecker • 102910 • John Chestnut Park, Pinellas Co., FL
Eastern Phoebe • 102910 • John Chestnut Park, Pinellas Co., FL
Tufted Titmouse • 102910 • John Chestnut Park, Pinellas Co., FL
Carolina Wren • 102910 • John Chestnut Park, Pinellas Co., FL
I very briefly observed a Blue-headed Vireo but was not able to get a pix of it.
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