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Hi all,

 

               Rain along the coast and well into the Gulf south of the SE
LA - NW FL coasts this morning, with a windshift from SE to SW & W, produced
a good fallout of Neotropical migrants. In the Duncan's neighborhood 5
birders tallied 15 species of warblers and a total of about 32 Neotropical
migrants. Birds were not tired and most left the area by mid-day but many
are lingering. 

 

Bob Duncan

Gulf Breeze in the w. Panhandle


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