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Dear all,
   I hope that this is a good number of Blackburnian Warblers because it is
my number one 'must find bird' that has eluded me for the 10+ years that I
have been birding.  Even growing up in the Northeast I never saw one.  I
will be hitting all of the hotspots this Sunday (Sawgrass, Ft. DeSoto,
Dunedin Hammock) so please wish me good luck.  I do have one question : what
is a good time frame to hit these spots?  I realize that birding is, for the
most part, hit-or-miss, but is one certain time better than another?  Just
wondering... Thanks for the info!!!
 Scott Merrill
 Temple Terrace, Florida
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Vincent Lucas" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Friday, September 13, 2002 9:10 PM
Subject: [FLBIRDS] A Bounty of Blackburnians?


> Hi:
>
> Having only birded full-time in Florida for a couple of years now, I
> don't know if this is true or not. Perhaps some of the old-timers can
> tell for sure. Is it my imagination or have there been an inordinate
> number of Blackburnian Warblers this fall in the state? I've seen as many
> as 35 reported at one location in one day. I've seen more than I've ever
> seen anywhere this year. What do others think?
>
> Good birding!
>
> Vince Lucas
> Naples
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