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FLORIDA STATEWIDE RARE BIRD ALERT
- * FL00011.03
Phone: 561-340-0079  (for taped message and to report sightings)
* Compilers: Hank and Dotty Hull
email: [log in to unmask]
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This is Dotty Hull reporting the Florida Statewide Rare Bird Alert for
Friday, November 3. This report is sponsored by FLORIDA NATURE TOURS, which
offers two April and two May tours to the Dry Tortugas and several South
Florida tours, as well as private guiding. For information go to
http://www.floridanaturetours.com or call 407-363-1360. Reports are followed
by coordinates from the DeLorme Florida Atlas & Gazatteer. To leave a
report, press 4 now and begin speaking after the tone. The next update will
be on November 10 or when there is new information.

SPECIES MENTIONED
HEERMANN’S GULL
LONG-BILLED CURLEW

PINELLAS COUNTY
The first winter HEERMANN’S GULL reported earlier this week was seen again
this morning, 11/3, about one hundred yards east of the Bayside Pier in the
water with pelicans. A birder reported looking unsuccessfully for the gull
at 1:30 PM today. Earlier in the week, the gull was seen in many places
between East Beach Turnaround and the Bayside Pier. A LONG-BILLED CURLEW and
a Marbled Godwit were seen at North Beach.
To get to Ft. DeSoto Park, take CR 679 south of St. Petersburg to the park.
East Beach Woods and turnaround is to the left at the “T” intersection.
Bayside Pier is to the right.  Stop at headquarters for a checklist for
directions to areas. DeLorme p. 90, D3

Good Birding!

Documentation of rarities for FL Ornithological Society Records Committee
should be sent to
FOSRC, c/o Archbold Biological Station, PO Box 2057, Lake Placid FL 33862.

Florida Rare Bird Alert Maillist To subscribe go to:
http://FLRBA.listbot.com/

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