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There were far fewer birds around at St. Marks than the past two
weekends, though no trip is ever a bust.  Lighthouse Pool,
Headquarters Pond and Tower Pond were all void of birds.

Cedar Point Trail (new trail at far end of boat ramp)
Prothonotary Warbler
Yellow Warbler
3 Yellow-crowned Night Herons
8 Black-crowned Night Herons

Mounds Pool
2 Marbled Godwit
Black-necked Stilts
approx. 50 Blue-winged Teal

Stoney Bayou
Yellow Warbler
Reddish Egret
1 Wilson's Phalarope, early and gone by the second stop

Twin Bridges
Yellow-billed Cuckoo
Prairie Warbler
2 Red-eyed Vireos
White-eyed Vireo

Plus two Black Terns at Picnic Pond and two Eastern Kingbirds.  A
Black Vulture was in the refuge; I usually only see them just inland
along US 98.  Finally 4 European Starlings and 2 Eurasian
Collared-Doves were near the Lighthouse.

Michael Hartley
Tallahassee, FL

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