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Several Turkey Creek regulars met to search for migrants on one of the last
few weekends before migration ends - Phyllis Mansfield, Ken Laborde, Bob
Sicolo, and Ken Allie.  The most exciting event of the morning was seeing a
group of 6 Broad-Winged Hawks circling overhead.  Bob Paxson arrived later
in the morning - by that time, he said, the kettle of Broad-Wings had grown
to more than 15.  Most of the migrants from yesterday had left overnight; we
saw almost nothing at first but suddenly at 10:30AM a mixed flock appeared
in the mature hammock.  Although numbers were small we ended the morning
with.................

15 Warbler species:

15 Pine
 5 Black & White
 6 Ovenbird
 4 Common Yellowthroat
 4 Amer. Redstart
 4 Black-Throated Blue
 3 Yellow-Throated
 2 Prairie
 1 Magnolia
 1 Palm
 1 Worm-Eating
 1 Tennessee
 1 N. Parula
 1 Hooded (male)
 1 Black-Throated Green

Also:

15+ Broad-Winged Hawk (1st of the season)
15  Gray Catbird
 5  White-Eyed Vireo
 4  Red-Eyed Vireo
 4  Hummingbird sp.
 2  Scarlet Tanager (male & female)
 2  House Wren
 2  Merlin
 1  Peregrine Falcon
 1  Yellow-Bellied Sapsucker
 1  Yellow-Billed Cuckoo
 1  Veery
 2  Swainson's Thrush
 1  Belted Kingfisher

Shirley & Bill Hills
Melbourne Village

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