Tuesday of this week I had 4 Shiney Cowbirds at the fèeder in my yard in Deltona Volusia County. Sent via the Samsung Galaxy S™ III, an AT&T 4G LTEwsfurrie
Hi all, I discovered that the Tropical Audubon BirdBoard now has a new location: http://www.tropicalaudubon.org/blog/bird-board I spent some time trying todotrobbins2
Carl Edwards called to report a Kirtland's Warbler at the Lantana Scrub Preserve in the city of Lantana. The bird was about 200 feet in on the nature trail.larry_manfredi
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The above photo is of our latest Rarity in Florida. A Loggerhead Kingbird photographed by Jill Gaetzi at Fort Zachary, Key West on 3/9/07. The Loggerhead Kingbird was a first confirmed sighting in North America. Kingbird was first discovered March 3, 2007 and continued until March 27, 2007. Possibly the same kingbird was relocated on Stock Island on April 25, 2007, but the bird was not relocated the next day.
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