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Hi all,

Here are the totals from most to least.  We spent 7 1/2 hours last  
Friday, watching the ocean from crossover #7 at Playalinda Beach in  
Brevard County.


Green-winged teal	1800
Northern gannet	1714
Lesser scaup	565
Aythya species	210
Brown pelican	178
Duck species	173
Ring-necked duck	106
Laughing gull	80
Royal tern	30
Pomarine jaeger	29
Ring-billed gull	20
American widgeon	17
Sandwich tern	15
Jaeger species	14
Northern pintail	10
Yellow-rumped warbler	10
Lesser black-backed gull	9
Herring gull	8
Redhead	6
Snow goose	6
Ruddy turnstone	6
Barn swallow	6
Willet (Western)	4
Common loon	4
Great black-backed gull	4
Common ground dove	4
Greater scaup	3
Common tern	3
Caspian tern	3
Blue-winged teal	2
Black-bellied plover	2
Great blue-heron	2
Turkey vulture	2
Parasitic jeager	2
American coot	1
Black vulture	1
Sandwich tern	1
Magnificent frigatebird	1
Reddish egret
1
Belted kingfisher	1
Great egret	1
Double-crested cormorant	1
Passerine species	1
Osprey	1


David Simpson
Fellsmere, FL

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