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Bottoms Road, Panacea (Feb 9)

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  • Swamphen
    Hi all, A brief foray down Bottoms Road in the Panacea Unit of the St. Marks NWR this afternoon produced the following at high tide: Horned Grebe Brown Pelican
    Message 1 of 2 , Feb 9, 2002
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      Hi all,

      A brief foray down Bottoms Road in the Panacea Unit of the St. Marks NWR
      this afternoon produced the following at high tide:

      Horned Grebe
      Brown Pelican
      Double-crested Cormorant
      Great Blue Heron
      Great Egret
      Tricolored Heron
      Scaup - mixed flock
      Bufflehead
      Northern Harrier
      Killdeer
      Laughing Gull
      Ring-billed Gull
      Herring Gull
      Forster's Tern
      Northern Mockingbird
      Yellow-rumped Warbler
      Boat-tailed Grackle

      (PS - We went to Alligator Point first, not much there, but there was this
      one immature MONSTER gull on a dock, looked larger than an adjacent adult
      Herring, but it was probably just that the monster was standing up and the
      for-sure-Herring was sitting...any ideas? Jack?)

      -S.P.MacCumhail
      Crawfordville, Wakulla County, Florida

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