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Hello,

Along Sunray Rd, Holiday area in west Pasco this morning a Baltimore
Oriole was singing and flying along both sides of the road about 1/2
mile east of US Hwy 19.
At this spot there is a hundred acre mitigation area mainly on the north
side of the Sunray Road. The area is mostly maples, young cypress, Wax
Myrtles and a fresh water swamp.
To bird here park on the south side of the road just past the elemetary
school and walk the side walk. Low bushes and swamp is full of other
birds; I.E. Prairie Warblers, Carolina Wrens, White-eyed Vireos,
Carolina Chickadees, etc.

Ken Tracey     [log in to unmask]
New Port Richey, FL
West Pasco Audubon Society  http://www.audubon.org/chapter/fl/westpasco
Bird Watching In West Pasco  http://home1.gte.net/ktracey/bird.htm

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