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Hi Dave et. al.,

Muscovy Duck is countable in Florida. Yellow-chevroned Parakeet was added to
the ABA list last year but (oddly) is not yet on the offial FOS list.
Black-hooded Parakeet [Nanday Conure] is "The Next Established Florida
Exotic". Common Myna is de facto established, but Birder Politics mean until
(not unless, IMHO) they spread big-time, it'll be a case of NCNB: Nobody
Cares, Nobody Bothers. Red-masked Parakeet is not established, and as far as
I know isn't yet on the "canidate list".

-S.P.McCool
Crawfordville, Wakulla County, Florida
http://www.swamphen.net/
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