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Tuesday AM 3/6 there was a male PAINTED BUNTING foraging on the asphalt trail with several Yellow-rumped Warblers. This is the trail that takes you south to Lake Monroe Park. Also of interest among the many expected species were 12 - BLUE-WINGED TEAL, a BALD EAGLE, 4 - OSPREY, a first-year COOPER'S HAWK, several CASPIAN TERNS, 4 - FLORIDA SCRUBJAYS, a RED-EYED VIREO and 4 - BROWN-HEADED COWBIRDS, which have been scarce around here this year.
   
  Roy Peterson, Deltona  

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