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Frontal passage revisited:  This afternoon small troops of migrants are
appearing on Amelia Island,  thus the morning report was premature.
Redstarts, black-throated blue, worm-eating and vireos also arrived in nos.
and a single Swainson's thrush passed through our yard. Winds have now
switched to the north, consequently raptors should start moving soon. 

 

 

 

Pat and Doris Leary,  Fernandina Beach, FL 

 

 


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