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Looks like birds are moving early this year.  I am in
Utah after spending several days in Rocky Mountain
National Park and the consensus of birders here in the
west is that migration has started very early this
year.  Will be home to open banding station next week!
 

Meret Wilson
Ormond Beach
--- Diane Reed <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> Hi all,
>   St. Augustine (GTMNERR property) delivered a male
> American redstart,  
> Northern parula, blue-gray gnatcatcher, white-eyed
> vireo and FOS Black  & white 
> warbler today.  There were a few roseate spoonbills
> hanging out  at the causeway 
> also.  There were American wood storks and a
> red-tailed  hawk in the area of 
> the Big Savannah (GTMNERR/Guana).  Didn't see any
> type  of curlews.  ;)
> thanks,
> diane reed
> st.augustine, fl.
>  
>
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>  
> Hi Everybody:
> 
> Things picked up in the yard a bit today with a 
> Prothonotary Warbler  
> and a couple of Prairie Warblers at the dripper. 
> The Prothonotary was  
> a new yard bird for us.
> 
> We also had a high  count for Roseate Spoonbills
> with 106 in a large  
> oak on the  marsh.
> 
> 
> Good birding,
> 
> Jackie Kern
> St. Augustine,  FL
> 
> 
> 
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