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Glades and Hendry NAMC Sept. 20 2008

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  • Margaret England
    Sent: Monday, September 22, 2008 10:49 PM Subject: NAMC Lists The combined Glades Hendry NAMC is 108 species with over 16,300 individuals. Location:
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      Sent: Monday, September 22, 2008 10:49 PM
      Subject: NAMC Lists
      The combined Glades Hendry NAMC is 108 species with over 16,300  individuals.


      Location:     Glades County, FL, US
      Observation date:     9/20/08
      Notes:     Glades NAMC: Fisheating Creek East (Ft. Center), Fisheating Creek West (Palmdale), Harney Point, Brighton, 29, Muse, 720, Ortona Locks, Larry Luckey Park,Withespoon, Wayman
      Number of species:     74
      Participants: 16

      Black-bellied Whistling-Duck     3
      Wood Duck     6
      Mottled Duck     9
      Blue-winged Teal     3
      Wild Turkey     20
      Double-crested Cormorant     2
      Anhinga     69
      American Bittern     1
      Great Blue Heron     16
      Great Egret     71
      Snowy Egret     30
      Little Blue Heron     20
      Tricolored Heron     13
      Cattle Egret     1013
      Green Heron     5
      White Ibis     127
      Glossy Ibis     50
      Wood Stork     8
      Black Vulture     127
      Turkey Vulture     93
      Osprey     7
      Bald Eagle     4
      Red-shouldered Hawk     28
      Short-tailed Hawk     1
      Crested Caracara     3
      American Kestrel     1
      Common Moorhen     3
      Sandhill Crane     24
      Killdeer     8
      Lesser Yellowlegs     5
      Western Sandpiper     2
      Rock Pigeon     55
      Eurasian Collared-Dove     16
      White-winged Dove     4
      Mourning Dove     83
      Common Ground-Dove     45
      Barred Owl     2
      Belted Kingfisher     19
      Red-bellied Woodpecker     22
      Downy Woodpecker     6
      Pileated Woodpecker     7
      Eastern Kingbird     2
      Loggerhead Shrike     10
      White-eyed Vireo     14
      Blue Jay     20
      Florida Scrub-Jay     28
      American Crow     45
      Tree Swallow     21
      Northern Rough-winged Swallow     158
      Bank Swallow     1
      Barn Swallow     91
      Carolina Wren     7
      House Wren     1
      Blue-gray Gnatcatcher     39
      Northern Mockingbird     35
      European Starling     8
      Yellow-throated Warbler     4
      Pine Warbler     2
      Prairie Warbler     1
      Palm Warbler     2
      Black-and-white Warbler     2
      American Redstart     1
      Ovenbird     1
      Northern Waterthrush     1
      Common Yellowthroat     4
      Hooded Warbler     2
      Eastern Towhee     1
      Northern Cardinal     16
      Bobolink     1
      Red-winged Blackbird     25
      Eastern Meadowlark     6
      Common Grackle     92
      Boat-tailed Grackle     96
      Baltimore Oriole     1

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      Location:     Hendry County, FL, US
      Observation date:     9/20/08
      Notes:     Hendry County NAMC: Okaloacoochee Slough State Forest, Dinner Island, STA5, CR 833,832, & 835, City of LaBelle, City of Clewiston, Highway 80 Lee County Line to Clewiston
      Number of species:     91
      Observers:22
      Black-bellied Whistling-Duck     24
      Fulvous Whistling-Duck     4
      Mottled Duck     119
      Blue-winged Teal     2860
      Ruddy Duck     285
      Wild Turkey     8
      Pied-billed Grebe     18
      American White Pelican     8
      Double-crested Cormorant     18
      Anhinga     77
      Great Blue Heron     116
      Great Egret     496
      Snowy Egret     373
      Little Blue Heron     103
      Tricolored Heron     131
      Cattle Egret     1699
      Green Heron     58
      Black-crowned Night-Heron     29
      Yellow-crowned Night-Heron     8
      White Ibis     822
      Glossy Ibis     269
      Roseate Spoonbill     18
      Wood Stork     18
      Black Vulture     285
      Turkey Vulture     101
      Osprey     30
      White-tailed Kite     1
      Snail Kite     11
      Northern Harrier     7
      Cooper's Hawk     2
      Red-shouldered Hawk     66
      Red-tailed Hawk     1
      Crested Caracara     12
      Peregrine Falcon     1
      Purple Gallinule     8
      Common Moorhen     1098
      American Coot     12
      Limpkin     29
      Sandhill Crane     22
      Killdeer     36
      Black-necked Stilt     182
      Solitary Sandpiper     10
      Greater Yellowlegs     341
      Lesser Yellowlegs     1113
      Least Sandpiper     101
      Pectoral Sandpiper     5
      Rock Pigeon     85
      Eurasian Collared-Dove     18
      Mourning Dove     366
      Common Ground-Dove     110
      Barn Owl     1
      Burrowing Owl     2
      Barred Owl     1
      Ruby-throated Hummingbird     1
      Belted Kingfisher     70
      Red-bellied Woodpecker     38
      Downy Woodpecker     3
      Hairy Woodpecker     1
      Eastern Kingbird     14
      Gray Kingbird     2
      Loggerhead Shrike     42
      White-eyed Vireo     35
      Red-eyed Vireo     1
      Blue Jay     22
      American Crow     46
      Tree Swallow     41
      Bank Swallow     2
      Barn Swallow     391
      Carolina Wren     11
      Blue-gray Gnatcatcher     49
      Northern Mockingbird     67
      Brown Thrasher     1
      European Starling     12
      Common Myna     2
      Northern Parula     1
      Yellow-throated Warbler     2
      Pine Warbler     1
      Prairie Warbler     1
      American Redstart     1
      Common Yellowthroat     38
      Summer Tanager     1
      Eastern Towhee     4
      Grasshopper Sparrow     1
      Northern Cardinal     24
      Blue Grosbeak     1
      Bobolink     61
      Red-winged Blackbird     701
      Eastern Meadowlark     41
      Common Grackle     111
      Boat-tailed Grackle     375
      House Sparrow     52

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