Still a handful of Pectoral Sandpipers hanging around along the south edge
of Parrish Park in Titusville. Along with several juvenile Least and
Semipalmated Sandpipers, a few Semipalmated plovers and along came a nice juvenile
Short-billed Dowitcher to make for a happy afternoon.
Would like to tell you what was on Blackpoint today, but by the time I got
to Stop 2 I'd discovered my scope AND my bins were in my other car!!! :-(
Was able to discern a male Mallard hanging with some Mottled Ducks.
Probably femal Mallards as well, but using my 400mm to scope only works so well!
Did see several female Blue-winged Teal fluttering about here and there as
See you out there!
Thomas J. Dunkerton
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