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Brian Rapoza just called to report a singing male Yellow-faced 
Grassquit  at A.D. Doug Barnes Park in Miami-Dade County.  Look on page 
228 in the Pranty guide or click here for directions:  
http://tropicalaudubon.org/locations.html#Barnes

The bird was located on the left just after entering the park, the bird 
was singing from the tallest tree in this area. 

Brian just called to say that bird had moved to a phone wire at Old s.w. 
72 ave. and South Lake drive on the west side of Barnes.  He said it 
then flew back into Barnes Park so it is moving around.  He now thinks 
that there could be *TWO* birds singing.  I am sure that Brian will give 
more information later.



Larry Manfredi
Homestead, FL
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http://www.southfloridabirding.com

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