Hi all,

Made a stop at the "Southeast Farm", aka Tram Road STF ("An Award-Winning
Reclaimed Water Project!"), in Tallahassee this morning, looking for ducks.
Lots of cormorants, but not one steenkin' duck!

The day was not all lost, however, as there were a few good birds about:
first a Cliff Swallow (County bird #89) in amongst a flock of Barns, two
spotted sandpipers, two kestrels flew by, and then a flock of at least 8
Pectoral Sandpipers swooped in!

A quick stop at the Leon County Landfill yielded a Bald Eagle, but there was
nobody at the "main office", so, not knowing if birders are welcome, we
left. Does anyone know if  this is a "birder-friendly" site?

The species lists...
*Tram Road STF (Southeast Farm) *10 species
*October 5 2001  *A.O.U. Order *GOOD BIRDS
Double-crested Cormorant (10+)
American Kestrel (2)
Rock Dove (5)
Eurasian Collared-Dove (4+)
Barn Swallow (flocks)
Northern Mockingbird (1)
European Starling (literally hundreds)

*Leon County Landfill *5 species
*October 5 2001  *A.O.U. Order *GOOD BIRDS
Turkey Vulture (1)
Gull sp. (4)
American Crow }
Fish Crow     } (lots)

-S.P. MacCumhail
Crawfordville, Wakulla County, Florida
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