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The Fork-tailed Flycatcher continues to be seen at Pelican Island NWR this morning.  We also heard and saw several Grasshopper Sparrows and Sedge Wrens in the same field as the flycatcher.  A Least Bittern called a few times from the nearby pond, and an American Bittern flew from the same pond.  There was another Least Bittern and a Sora at the pond to the north of the parking lot for Pelican Island, and 4 American Wigeons, 2 Ring-necked Ducks, and a Lesser Scaup were in the pond along the trail to Pelican Island.  The island itself had two American Oystercatchers and 8 Red-breasted Mergansers.

Andy Bankert
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Melbourne Beach, FL 

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