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  1. Wildlife Drive: https://ebird.org/checklist/S84508933 Scrub Trail: https://ebird.org/checklist/S84670253
  2. If you have time, I would suggest checking out Merritt Island NWR. Great place, you'll find lot's of new birds there and at the Scrub Trail https://ebird.org/hotspot/L619944, you will most likely find Florida Srub-Jays. The Black Point Wildlife Drive https://ebird.org/hotspot/L127381 is also good. The entire area is just an amazing place to bird.
  3. Just got back from a road trip to Florida and ended up getting 28 lifers. They were House Wren, Anhinga, Northern Harrier, Glossy Ibis, Common Gallinule, Blue-winged Teal, Royal Tern, Dunlin, Wilson's Plover, Black-bellied Plover, Lesser Yellowlegs, Black-necked Stilt, Semipalmated Plover, American Oystercatcher, Cattle Egret, Indian Peafowl, Black-crowned Night-heron, Sandhill Crane, Purple Gallinule, Loggerhead Shrike, Eastern Screech-Owl, Swallow-tailed Kite, Reddish Egret, Florida Scrub-Jay, Mottled Duck, Tree Swallow, Sora, and Northern Shoveler.
  4. From yesterday Snowy Egret x Tricolored Heron Hybrid https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/321715691\ Eastern Screech-Owl https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/321809791
  5. Seen today east of Orlando, Florida at Merritt Island. I was wondering if this could be a Reddish Egret with the pink and black bill, reddish neck and head, and blue-gray body. I have more pictures if needed. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  6. I'm getting an Anhinga vibe from this but I'm not sure. I've seen them spread their wings like that multiple times but maybe all cormorants do that.
  7. Smallish brown bird that likes freshwater ponds and streams with rocky shores. It's name is very accurate to it's breeding plumage.
  8. Sorry about the delay. I saw it at Big Talbot Island SP--Spoonbill Pond,. Hopefully that helps.
  9. No shots of the one behind the Dowitcher as in the field it looked like one of the couple hundred Dunlins that were there so I didn't focus on it too much.
  10. Shorebirds are so cooperative, it's amazing! https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/321123601#_ga=2.224485722.1925180127.1613408829-1889329117.1595439159 https://macaulaylibrary.org/asset/321114071#_ga=2.224485722.1925180127.1613408829-1889329117.1595439159
  11. All pictures were taken today in north coastal Florida. #1-#3 I believe it's a Dowitcher, but is it possible to identify which one? It was foraging in a brackish water mud-flat with some Dunlins. #4 No clue Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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