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Volunteer Announcement:
The Florida Keys Hawkwatch is seeking volunteers for the 2011 fall migration at Curry Hammock State Park in the Florida Keys. Experience identifying birds and doing field work is important, but no expert raptor ID skills are required. A training session is provided on-site. Come join us at the southernmost migration site in the U.S. anytime between September 15 and November 13, housing is provided. The site counts 15 species at an average of 12,500 raptors per season, including Short-tailed and Swainson’s Hawks, Mississippi and Swallow-tailed Kites, and is the highest daily Peregrine Falcon count in the world. If you are interested, please contact Rafael Galvez at [log in to unmask], 305-804-6003.
 
I would like to thank the list owner for her permission to post this announcement.
 
Jim Eager
Cape Canaveral


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