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  1. Definitely bad for the birds. Unfortunately, although Alabama is somewhat late to the party, the result will be the same as that playing out over the world. I remember my great grandfather talking about the Lord God Bird (Ivory Billed WP) and how common it was to see in his youth. https://www.latimes.com/opinion/story/2020-11-29/mobile-river-biodiversity-extinctions-alabama?fbclid=IwAR1guKU4NWAURjKExshsdsAXpFq5O8pY_CdtOXY594OTAJ-7VZS0N7lTZGw
  2. 23 Feb 2021 Baldwin co. AL; delta/bay/river & mixed piney/cypress/hardwoods; public access walking paths, interpretive center & other habited buildings 1. ?Red-tailed Hawk 2. ?Swamp Sparrow--deep in shade, hard for me to appreciate color 3. ?Savannah Sparrow--apologies for the blurred image 4. ?Song Sparrow 5. ?Lincoln's Sparrow 6. I could ID the Killdeer (bird in center of lower image) in the field. Can the smaller shorebirds be identified any further than "peep sp."?
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