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After having 11-12 species of warblers over the week-end, today was decidedly more quiet with only 8 species, most of which were female American Redstarts, with a few first year males. The warbler of the day was a male CONNECTICUT walking around the pond this evening.

A large flock of Cedar Waxwings appeared;  at least three female Painted Buntings are still present and the lone Mottled Duck wobbling around on the dunes  this week was joined by another this morning. A Common Nighthawk flew over the hammock.    Kitty Evans spotted a single Bobolink on grass in the dune area.

Every Day a New Adventure,
Phyllis Mansfield,
Cocoa Beach

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