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Stevenson is incorrect in the case of the area around the Wakulla River.  We
have Ovenbirds (sometimes as many as three) here EVERY winter; this year we
only have one.  Itıs been this way for at least two decades.

> Stevenson lists the Ovenbird as a "very rare winter resident in the
> Panhandle."


-- 
John H. Epler, Ph.D.
Aquatic Entomologist
Tiger Hammock Road, just south of Wakulla Springs in north Florida
Interested in chironomid midges, water beetles or water bugs?
Please check out my site at:
http://home.earthlink.net/~johnepler/index.html

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