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Hi all,
Went to Honeymoon Island this morning to look for early migrants. Nothing
much yet except Black and Common Terns. The tide was super high and I
didn't hike the sandspit area so the only shorebirds I saw were a couple
Willet and 1 Killdeer. Lots of birds on the Osprey trail, the usuals.
Birds seen:

Brown Pelicans                                Laughing Gulls
D.C. Cormorants                               Willet
Mottled Duck                                   Killdeer
White Ibis                                        Common Ground Doves
Great Blue Heron                              Mourning Doves
Green Heron                                     Barn Swallows
Black-crowned Night-Heron              Carolina Wren
Tri-colored Heron                             Great Crested Flycatcher
Osprey                                              Gray Kingbird (lots)
Great Horned Owl                             Loggerhead Shrike
Common Tern                                   Downy Woodpecker
Black Tern                                         Red-bellied Woodpecker
Forster's Tern                                    Fish Crow
Caspian Tern                                     Prairie Warbler
Sandwich Tern                                   Mockingbirds
Royal Tern                                         Brown Thrasher
Least Tern                                          Brown-headed Cowbirds
Common Tern                                    Eastern Towhees
                                                          Northern
Cardinals
Good birding,
Ray Smart
New Port Richey, FL
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