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Fernandina Beach:  An adult male Wilson's warbler was observed this morning
off a trail adjoining the local golf course. The habitat was mature Maple
forest with understory and standing water and the WIWA was associating with
a loose "troop" of: Myrtle W., Titmouse, Chickadee and Kinglets working
through the understory. All responded to pishing and distress calls. The
WIWA appeared briefly and lingered sufficiently for a quick snapshot before
flying off into dense understory. An Orange-crowned Warbler was sighted
elsewhere on the trail very near a female PABU.  See Flicker link for images
of warblers.  This is only the second Wilson's recorded by this observer in
NE Florida. The other bird (also a male) was foraging in our marsh-side yard
in fall. 

 

http://www.flickr.com/photos/91191505@N08/

 

 

Pat and Doris Leary, Fernandina Beach, Amelia Island, Nassau County

 


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