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Hey y'all,

Ft Desoto's (St.'s Petersburg, Pinellas County) mulberry area usually indicates the condition of the migration (i.e.. lots of birds there, lots of birds everywhere).  Today from 0730-0930, very little activity.  The Kentucky Warbler remains at the woodpile under the large tree next to the ranger's house.  A lone male Blackpoll, several Prairie Warblers, a lingering Orchard Oriole and Swainson's Thrush also in the area.  

Also seen:
Summer Tanager, Chimney Swifts and a Barn Swallow.

All before the front.

Regards,
Lee Snyder
St. Petersburg

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