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April  22 and 23 a possible Cuban Martin was seen on Garden Key.  It was observed by 10 people on a birding tour.  The park Biologist said he had seen the bird for several days and was curious about it  as it looked different than the other martins present but had taken no action.

The photos are not great as it was seen only in high  flight but have been submitted as possible rare occurrence.

Annette Bittaker
Douglas, Coffee Co. Ga.

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