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  • Jose V. Padilla
    Birding in June in Lee County is not for the faint hearted or the weak kneed. We don t have as many birds or birders in these parts. So next June I may migrate
    Message 1 of 1 , Jul 2, 2011
      Birding in June in Lee County is not for the faint hearted or the weak kneed. We don't have as many birds or birders in these parts. So next June I may migrate north, east or south of Lee County where it may be a lot birdier.
      Anyway, this is what I got:
       
      1.Black Bellied Whistling Duck
      2.Mottled Duck
      3.Wood Stork
      4.Magnificent Frigatebird
      5.Double Crested Cormorant
      6.Anhinga
      7.American White Pelican
      8.Brown Pelican
      9.Great Blue Heron
      10.Great Egret
      11.Snowy Egret
      12.Little Blue Heron
      13.Tricolored Heron
      14.Reddish Egret
      15.Cattle Egret
      16.Green Heron
      17.White Ibis
      18.Glossy Ibis
      19.Roseate Spoonbill
      20.Black Vulture
      21.Turkey Vulture
      22.Osprey
      23.Snail Kite
      24.Bald Eagle
      25..Cooper's Hawk
      26.Red-shouldered Hawk
      27.Common Moorhen
      28.American Coot
      29.Limpkin
      30.Sandhill Crane
      31.Black-bellied Plover
      32.Wilson's Plover
      33.Semipalmated Plover
      34.Kildeer
      35.Black-necked Stilt
      36.Willet
      37.Marbled Godwit
      38.Short-billed Dowitcher
      39.Laughing Gull
      40.Least Tern
      41.Royal Tern
      42.Sandwich Tern
      43.Black Skimmer
      44.Rock Pigeon
      45.Eurasian Collared Dove
      46.Mourning Dove
      47.Common Ground-dove
      48.Monk Parakeet
      49.Yellow -billed Cuckoo
      50.Burrowing Owl
      51.Barred Owl
      52.Chimney Swift
      53.Red-headed Woodpecker
      54.Red-bellied Woodpecker
      55.Downy Woodpecker
      56.Pileated Woodpecker
      57.Great Crested Flycatcher
      58.Gray Kingbird
      59.Loggerhead Shrike
      60.Black-whiskered Vireo
      61.Blue Jay
      62.Florida Scrub-jay
      63.American Crow
      64.Fish Crow
      65.Northern Rough-winged Swallow
      66.Tufted Titmouse
      67.Carolina Wren
      68.Blue-gray Gnatcatcher
      69.Northern Mockingbird
      70.European Starling
      71.Northern Parula
      72.Pine Warbler
      73.Prairie Warbler
      74.Common Yellowthroat
      75.Northern Cardinal
      76.Red-winged Blackbird
      77.Eastern Meadowlark
      78.Common Gracklle
      79.Boat-tailed Grackle
      80.House Sparrow
       
      I sure hope Fall migration is much better than Spring. All my sightings are now in eBird, It is a great tool to keep your information and access data.
      J. Padilla, M.D., Fort Myers, FL
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