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As Ron Smith today mentioned in Birdbrains while citing Murray Gartler's
past observations, now is the time to listen for thrushes during evening
migrations.  If you study their songs in advance, you may be able to
distinguish the various species.  ABA rules would allow you to count a
Bicknell's Thrush if you heard it and could identify it. Here are two
URL's associated with Bicknell's Thrushes in Florida.

http://birds.cornell.edu/pifcapemay/evans_rosenberg.htm

http://birdsource.cornell.edu/features/thrushes/

Good luck

Doug Wassmer
Tampa, Fl
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