The Green-tailed Towhee was still present in the same area near 
the bench at Fort Pickens.  It's right foot appears injured.  I 
also found two Pacific Loons with a group of about a dozen Common 
Loons and several Red-breasted Mergansers on the gulf side of the 
point.  After a while the birds dispersed; the Pacific Loons flew 
toward the bay.

Photos of the towhee showing the injured foot can be found here:

Full bird list below.

Steve Collins
Lubbock, TX

Location:     Fort Pickens Park
Wood Duck     2
Bufflehead     4
Red-breasted Merganser     10
Pacific Loon     2
Common Loon     20
Pied-billed Grebe     2
Northern Gannet     3
Brown Pelican     25
Double-crested Cormorant     5
Great Blue Heron     4
Northern Harrier     1
American Kestrel     1
Black-bellied Plover     4
Killdeer     2
Willet (Western)     3
Sanderling     8
Bonaparte's Gull     12
Laughing Gull     30
Ring-billed Gull     25
Herring Gull     4
Caspian Tern     1
Forster's Tern     5
Royal Tern     4
Black Skimmer     2
Mourning Dove     4
Eastern Phoebe     1
Tree Swallow     1
Carolina Wren     2
House Wren     1
Marsh Wren     1
Ruby-crowned Kinglet     7
Blue-gray Gnatcatcher     3
Eastern Bluebird     2
American Robin     1
Gray Catbird     7
Northern Mockingbird     5
Brown Thrasher     1
Orange-crowned Warbler     1
Yellow-rumped Warbler     30
Green-tailed Towhee     1
Eastern Towhee     4
Song Sparrow     5
Swamp Sparrow     5
White-throated Sparrow     6
Northern Cardinal     3
Red-winged Blackbird     8
Eastern Meadowlark     1
Common Grackle     1
Boat-tailed Grackle     2
House Finch     4
American Goldfinch     3

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