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Hey Everybirdy,

  A walk around the boardwalk at Rotary Park of merritt island (Great
Florida Birding Trail) produced some nice activity.  One oak in particular
was hosting about a dozen Cape May Warblers, mostly males, it was an amazing
sight.  Also in the park were a couple of Veery's and several Ovenbirds,
many Catbirds, Black and White Warblers, 2 Black-throated Blues, a few
Blackpolls, American Redstart (males) a female Rose-breasted Grosbeak, heard
a Red-eyed Vireo.  Found a Plam Warbler in the pines with a few Cape Mays
later in the day as it heated up most migrants headed for the interior of
the trail.
  The oddest bird seen today was an American Robin in the area just north of
playground.
  Still quite a bit of activity as I just came in  around 2:30.

  See you out there!

Tom Dunkerton
Titusville, FL

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