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  1. 21 Jun 2021 Pinellas co. FL These 2 raptors was were alternately soaring nicely together, and fighting with each other. The larger hawk was a Red-tailed, but we couldn't ID the smaller one. What is the smaller one?
  2. 19 Jun 2021 Pinellas co., FL; woodland & lakeside hiking trails though large public park with varied habitat. One of the trails terminates at an elevated platform that overlooks a large freshwater marsh. As we arrived at said platform, a bird flushed and flew low across the water to hide among the vegetation on the far side. We had only a glimpse but it appeared about the size of a Least Bittern or Green Heron, but had rather stubby, triangular, buffy-colored wings. Thoughts?
  3. 20 Jun 2021 Pinellas co. FL 1. American Black Duck--male & female 2. Gray Kingbird 3. Western Willet
  4. Jun 2017 Pinellas co FL I may have posted this previously, but I cannot find the post. I had originally called it a Great Black-Backed Gull, but the ebird reviewer felt it was a Kelp Gull. At some point after he contacted me, they dispatched people to the area where I photographed it, but could not locate it, so the reviewer suggested I count it as "Larus sp." He (the gull not the reviewer :D) seemed exhausted and spent most of the time just sitting on the beach while throngs of other species milled about.
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