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A brief trip to Everglades National Park with Julie and Tony Trott
produced 85 species with the following highlight birds:  Note that there
was a third hand report of a Bahama Mockingbird at Mahogany Hammock
passed on to C.J. Crimes and others, and then to us and we searched the
area well for 1 1/2 hours finding 6 N. Mockingbirds 5 Gray Catbirds and
2 Brown Thrashers.  Also in area, 4 Woodstorks, a Sandhill Crane which
is rare in ENP and an E. Phoebe.

W. Pelican 36
Least Bittern 3
Great White Heron 6
Wood Stork 4
Roseate Spoonbill 20
King Rail 1 (best personal view of this species ever, near grassquit
area, left side of Eco pond)
Virginia Rail 1
Purple Gallinule 5
Short-tailed Hawk (over Flamingo Visitor Center 11:00 AM, light morph)
Bald Eagle 2
Y.B. Sapsucker 1
Pileated Woodpecker 2
Barn Owl 1
Whip-poor-will 1
Western Kingbird 3
Phoebe 1
Least Flycatcher 1
Loggerhead Shrike 4
Orange-crowned Warbler 1
Yellow-throated Warbler 1, albilora, western subspecies
Wilson's W 1
Ovenbird 1
Song Sparrow 1
Grasshopper Sparrow 1, pratensis, eastern subspecies
Yellow-faced Grassquit 1
Common Myna 12, 1 block west of NW corner of intersection of Route 1 and
road leading to ENP

Fred Virrazzi NJ