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2pm-approx 4pm

Most interesting site was 5 ospreys all in the shallow water at once taking a
bath, some only stayed a minute or less, kinda neat to see them all at once
and in relatively close quarters.

Birds of interest/"new" arrivals:

Blue-winged Teal
Am. Widgeon
Red Knots (many)
Pied-blled Grebes (many)
Black-bellied Plover
Bald Eagle - adult, seen perched on a snag off in the distance
dowitcher sp.
Dunlin
White Pelicans
Common Moorhen

Also:
Both yellowlegs
killdeer- 2
palm warbler- a few seen
egrets and herons except Green and night herons
both ibis
kingfishers
shrike
Royal, Caspian, and Forsters terns
Laughing Gull
osprey
Brown Pelican
Anhinga
Red-winged Blackbird
Boat-tailed Grackle
Fish Crow-2 (these were very numerous west of the draw bridge on the
powerlines)
both vultures
Eastern Phoebe

New surface is very nice and there a newly planted palm trees along the
staight section before the Cruikshank Trail.

Sarah Linney
Cocoa, FL
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