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  • mayhill10
    There were a few new birds this morning at the lighthouse. Magnolia, yellow throated and hooded warblers, blue headed, yellow headed and white eyed vireos,
    Message 1 of 8 , Apr 4, 2009
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      There were a few new birds this morning at the lighthouse. Magnolia, yellow throated and hooded warblers, blue headed, yellow headed and white eyed vireos, gray kingbirds, indigo buntings, and barn swallows all made appearances. Julie Long, St Charles, Il
    • Vincent McGrath
      Hi all Got there late (10am) birding was good Steady flow of Barn Swallows, 1 Bank, 1Martin , many Gnatcatchers, a number of warblers. Kingfisher, red- eyed
      Message 2 of 8 , Sep 11, 2012
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        Hi all
        Got there late (10am) birding was good
        Steady flow of Barn Swallows, 1 Bank, 1Martin , many Gnatcatchers, a number of warblers. Kingfisher, red- eyed and an imm white-eyed vireo
        The Warblers
        Prothonotary
        Worm-eating
        Yellow
        Tennessee ( most numerous)
        Parula
        Prairie
        Am Redstart
        Common Yellowthroat
        Of note all warblers were immature
        Total warbler species for past three days has reached 16
        It's on!!
        Vince McGrath
        Ft Myers, Fl
      • Judith
        Yellow billed cuckoo, black and white warbler, palm warbler, blue grosbeak By restrooms now
        Message 3 of 8 , Apr 15, 2013
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          Yellow billed cuckoo, black and white warbler, palm warbler, blue grosbeak
          By restrooms now
        • France
          Hooded warbler along the beach path, sweet. France Paulsen Sanibel Florida
          Message 4 of 8 , Mar 30, 2014
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            Hooded warbler along the beach path, sweet.
            France Paulsen
            Sanibel Florida
          • Gayle Sheets
            At 12:30 pm, 17 Eastern Kingbird flew into the tall strangler fig located on the secluded path between the lighthouse and the beach. They flew in by small
            Message 5 of 8 , Mar 30, 2014
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              At 12:30 pm, 17 Eastern Kingbird flew into the tall strangler fig located on the secluded path between the lighthouse and the beach. They flew in by small groups. After all hung out a bit, they flew off en masse. With a frigate in the background, it was quite a wonderful sight.

              Gayle Sheets
              South Fort Myers

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