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p simmons 3:07am, 12 November 2010
I felt like the other one had gotten a bit long..too much scrolling. So here's the latest and greatest as of 11/11/2010.


1. American Bittern
2. American Coot
3. American Crow
4. American Kestrel
5. American Pipit
6. American White Pelican
7. Anhinga
8. Bald Eagle
9. Barred Owl
10. Belted Kingfisher
11. Black and White Warbler
12. Black Bellied Whistling Duck
13. Black Crowned Night Heron
14. Black Necked Stilt
15. Black Skimmer
16. Black Vulture
17. Blue Grey Gnatcatcher
18. Blue Winged Teal
19. Bobolink
20. Boat Tailed Grackle
21. Brown Headed Cowbird
22. Brown Pelican
23. Carolina Wren
24. Caspian Tern
25. Cattle Egret
26. Common Grackle
27. Common Moorhen
28. Common Yellowthroat
29. Cooper's Hawk
30. Double Breated Cormorant
31. Downy Woodpecker
32. Eastern Bluebird
33. Eastern Kingbird
34. Eastern Meadowlark
35. Eastern Pheobe
36. Glossy Ibis
37. Gray Catbird
38. Great Blue Heron
39. Great Horned Owl
40. Greater Yellowlegs
41. Green Heron
42. Ground Dove
43. Hooded Merganser
44. House Wren
45. Indigo Bunting
46. Kildeer
47. King Rail
48. Northern Bobwhite
49. Northern Cardinal
50. Northern Harrier
51. Northern Mockingbird
52. Laughing Gull
53. Least Bittern
54. Least Sandpiper
55. Lesser Yellowlegs
56. Limpkin
57. Little Blue Heron
58. Mallard
59. Merlin
60. Molted Duck
61. Mourning Dove
62. Northern Cardinal
63. Northern Shoveler
64. Osprey
65. Osceola Turkey
66. Painted Bunting
67. Palm Warbler
68. Pied Billed Grebe
69. Pilated Woodpecker
70. Prairie Warbler
71. Purple Gallinule
72. Red Bellied Woodpecker
73. Red Headed Woodpecker
74. Red Shouldered Hawk
75. Red Winged Blackbird
76. Ring Billed Gull
77. Roseatte Spoonbill
78. Sandhill Crane
79. Savannah Sparrow
80. Sedge Wren
81. Sharp Shinned Hawk
82. Short Billed Dowitcher
83. Snowy Egret
84. Solitary Sandpiper
85. Sora
86. Swamp Sparrow
87. Tree Swallow
88. Tri Colored Heron
89. Turkey Vulture
90. White Faced Ibis
91. White Ibis
92. White Egret
93. White Eyed Vireo
94. Wood Duck
95. Wood Stork
96. Yellow Bellied Sapsucker
97. Yellow Billed Cuckoo
98. Yellow Rumped Warbler
99. Yellow Warbler
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Herman1944 5 years ago
One more for tonight. I will search more later.
Bob White Quail just added.
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p simmons Posted 5 years ago. Edited by p simmons (moderator) 5 years ago
added, along with white faced ibis and American Crow, it might be a Fish Crow, I can't tell the difference:)
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p simmons Posted 5 years ago. Edited by p simmons (moderator) 5 years ago
there's gotta be a wilson's snipe out there, marsh wren, maybe a herring gull?
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Herman1944 5 years ago
I have a snipe ready and will upload tonight. At Circle B the crow should be a Fish Crow. I have heard an American Crow there. Have to hear it to be sure. Herring Gull at the landfill, but never seen one at Circle B.
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p simmons 5 years ago
Someone just sent me a picture of an American Golden Plover. So we've definitely crossed the century mark!!
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Fastball95 (Steve Leach) PRO 5 years ago
Very Cool, I see you also posted in BirdBrns for help
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p simmons 5 years ago
Yeah I figured it was good to show that we as photographers are also very interested in birding and the diversity at the locations we frequent.
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Herman1944 5 years ago
Just added a Snipe photo.
janeswalden PRO 5 years ago
Great job Phil!! :)
Amazing when you actually look at a list.
cfredricks76 Posted 5 years ago. Edited by cfredricks76 (member) 5 years ago
I added American Golden-Plover, Bonaparte's Gull, Royal Tern, Ash-throated Flycatcher, Lesser Scaup and Herring Gull photos.
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Herman1944 5 years ago
Cole corrected my ID on the Merlin to Red-shouldered Hawk. I think that I have the correct Merlin uploaded now.
cfredricks76 5 years ago
You have Northern Cardinal listed twice #49 & #62, but Herman has a pic of a Yellow-crowned Night-Heron already in the pool that you didn't count. There is also a Fish Crow in the pool - www.flickr.com/photos/fastball95/3507339817/ , but I don't think there is an American Crow (not the expected crow @ Circle B)
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Herman1944 5 years ago
I did not see a Blue Jay on the list.
Just added Blue Jay, Northern Parula and Northern Pintail.
cfredricks76 5 years ago
I was able to add pics of White-crowned Sparrow, Green-winged Teal and Grasshopper Sparrow today.
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p simmons 5 years ago
Wow, great response guys, thanks so much!! 109!!

1. American Bittern
2. American Coot
3. American Golden Plover
4. American Kestrel
5. American Pipit
6. American White Pelican
7. Anhinga
8. Ash Throated Flycatcher
9. Bald Eagle
10. Barred Owl
11. Belted Kingfisher
12. Black and White Warbler
13. Black Bellied Whistling Duck
14. Black Crowned Night Heron
15. Black Necked Stilt
16. Black Skimmer
17. Black Vulture
18. Blue Gray Gnatcathcer
19. Blue Jay
20. Blue Winged Teal
21. Boat Tailed Grackle
22. Bobolink
23. Bonaparte's Gull
24. Brown Headed Cowbird
25. Brown Pelican
26. Carolina Wren
27. Caspian Tern
28. Cattle Egret
29. Common Grackle
30. Common Moorhen
31. Common Yellowthroat
32. Cooper's Hawk
33. Double Crested Cormorant
34. Downy Woodpecker
35. Eastern Bluebird
36. Eastern Kingbird
37. Eastern Meadowlark
38. Eastern Pheobe
39. Fish Crow
40. Glossy Ibis
41. Grasshopper Sparrow
42. Gray Catbird
43. Great Blue Heron
44. Great Horned Owl
45. Greater Yellowlegs
46. Green Heron
47. Green Winged Teal
48. Ground Dove
49. Herring Gull
50. Hooded Merganser
51. House Wren
52. Indigo Bunting
53. Kildeer
54. King Rail
55. Laughing Gull
56. Least Bittern
57. Least Sandpiper
58. Lesser Scaup
59. Lesser Yellowlegs
60. Limpkin
61. Little Blue Heron
62. Mallard
63. Merlin
64. Molted Duck
65. Mourning Dove
66. Northern Cardinal
67. Northern Parula
68. Northern Pintail
69. Northern Shoveler
70. Osprey
71. Osceola Turkey
72. Painted Bunting
73. Palm Warbler
74. Pied Billed Grebe
75. Pilated Woodpecker
76. Prairie Warbler
77. Purple Gallinule
78. Red Bellied Woodpecker
79. Red Headed Woodpecker
80. Red Shouldered Hawk
81. Red Winged Blackbird
82. Ring Billed Gull
83. Roseatte Spoonbill
84. Royal Tern
85. Sandhill Crane
86. Savannah Sparrow
87. Sedge Wren
88. Sharp Shinned Hawk
89. Short Billed Dowitcher
90. Snowy Egret
91. Solitary Sandpiper
92. Sora
93. Swamp Sparrow
94. Tree Swallow
95. Tri Colored Heron
96. Turkey Vulture
97. White Crowned Sparrow
98. White Egret
99. White Eyed Vireo
100. White Faced Ibis
101. White Ibis
102. Wilson's Snipe
103. Wood Duck
104. Wood Stork
105. Yellow Bellied Sapsucker
106. Yellow Billed Cuckoo
107. Yellow Crowned Night Heron
108. Yellow Rumped Warbler
109. Yellow Warbler
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Fastball95 (Steve Leach) PRO 5 years ago
Shoot,we are going to have to redo the 100 contest now
Some that were added are in the A's and B's.
Maybe we just take that idea of it being in order that trashing it.
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Herman1944 5 years ago
Found an American Wigon today and posted a poor image for the list.
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Herman1944 5 years ago
Make that an American Wigeon. Add an "e",
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Fastball95 (Steve Leach) PRO 5 years ago
Thanks Herman
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p simmons 5 years ago
American Wigeon 110!!
Also saw on Birdbrain that birders this past weekend spotted Avocets, Ring Necked Ducks, Red Headed Ducks, Loggerhead Shrikes, Tufted Titmouse, Marsh Wren, Fuvulous Whistling Duck, and Eurasian Collared Doves. We should keep an eye out for these to add to our photo list!!

1. American Bittern
2. American Coot
3. American Golden Plover
4. American Kestrel
5. American Pipit
6. American Wigeon
7. American White Pelican
8. Anhinga
9. Ash Throated Flycatcher
10. Bald Eagle
11. Barred Owl
12. Belted Kingfisher
13. Black and White Warbler
14. Black Bellied Whistling Duck
15. Black Crowned Night Heron
16. Black Necked Stilt
17. Black Skimmer
18. Black Vulture
19. Blue Gray Gnatcathcer
20. Blue Jay
21. Blue Winged Teal
22. Boat Tailed Grackle
23. Bobolink
24. Bonaparte's Gull
25. Brown Headed Cowbird
26. Brown Pelican
27. Carolina Wren
28. Caspian Tern
29. Cattle Egret
30. Common Grackle
31. Common Moorhen
32. Common Yellowthroat
33. Cooper's Hawk
34. Double Crested Cormorant
35. Downy Woodpecker
36. Eastern Bluebird
37. Eastern Kingbird
38. Eastern Meadowlark
39. Eastern Pheobe
40. Fish Crow
41. Glossy Ibis
42. Grasshopper Sparrow
43. Gray Catbird
44. Great Blue Heron
45. Great Horned Owl
46. Greater Yellowlegs
47. Green Heron
48. Green Winged Teal
49. Ground Dove
50. Herring Gull
51. Hooded Merganser
52. House Wren
53. Indigo Bunting
54. Kildeer
55. King Rail
56. Laughing Gull
57. Least Bittern
58. Least Sandpiper
59. Lesser Scaup
60. Lesser Yellowlegs
61. Limpkin
62. Little Blue Heron
63. Mallard
64. Merlin
65. Molted Duck
66. Mourning Dove
67. Northern Cardinal
68. Northern Parula
69. Northern Pintail
70. Northern Shoveler
71. Osprey
72. Osceola Turkey
73. Painted Bunting
74. Palm Warbler
75. Pied Billed Grebe
76. Pilated Woodpecker
77. Prairie Warbler
78. Purple Gallinule
79. Red Bellied Woodpecker
80. Red Headed Woodpecker
81. Red Shouldered Hawk
82. Red Winged Blackbird
83. Ring Billed Gull
84. Roseatte Spoonbill
85. Royal Tern
86. Sandhill Crane
87. Savannah Sparrow
88. Sedge Wren
89. Sharp Shinned Hawk
90. Short Billed Dowitcher
91. Snowy Egret
92. Solitary Sandpiper
93. Sora
94. Swamp Sparrow
95. Tree Swallow
96. Tri Colored Heron
97. Turkey Vulture
98. White Crowned Sparrow
99. White Egret
100. White Eyed Vireo
101. White Faced Ibis
102. White Ibis
103. Wilson's Snipe
104. Wood Duck
105. Wood Stork
106. Yellow Bellied Sapsucker
107. Yellow Billed Cuckoo
108. Yellow Crowned Night Heron
109. Yellow Rumped Warbler
110. Yellow Warbler
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Fastball95 (Steve Leach) PRO 5 years ago
WOW 110!
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Herman1944 5 years ago
Just added a Yellow-throated Warbler.
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p simmons 5 years ago
Yellow-throated Warbler No. 111

1. American Bittern
2. American Coot
3. American Golden Plover
4. American Kestrel
5. American Pipit
6. American Wigeon
7. American White Pelican
8. Anhinga
9. Ash Throated Flycatcher
10. Bald Eagle
11. Barred Owl
12. Belted Kingfisher
13. Black and White Warbler
14. Black Bellied Whistling Duck
15. Black Crowned Night Heron
16. Black Necked Stilt
17. Black Skimmer
18. Black Vulture
19. Blue Gray Gnatcathcer
20. Blue Jay
21. Blue Winged Teal
22. Boat Tailed Grackle
23. Bobolink
24. Bonaparte's Gull
25. Brown Headed Cowbird
26. Brown Pelican
27. Carolina Wren
28. Caspian Tern
29. Cattle Egret
30. Common Grackle
31. Common Moorhen
32. Common Yellowthroat
33. Cooper's Hawk
34. Double Crested Cormorant
35. Downy Woodpecker
36. Eastern Bluebird
37. Eastern Kingbird
38. Eastern Meadowlark
39. Eastern Pheobe
40. Fish Crow
41. Glossy Ibis
42. Grasshopper Sparrow
43. Gray Catbird
44. Great Blue Heron
45. Great Horned Owl
46. Greater Yellowlegs
47. Green Heron
48. Green Winged Teal
49. Ground Dove
50. Herring Gull
51. Hooded Merganser
52. House Wren
53. Indigo Bunting
54. Kildeer
55. King Rail
56. Laughing Gull
57. Least Bittern
58. Least Sandpiper
59. Lesser Scaup
60. Lesser Yellowlegs
61. Limpkin
62. Little Blue Heron
63. Mallard
64. Merlin
65. Molted Duck
66. Mourning Dove
67. Northern Cardinal
68. Northern Parula
69. Northern Pintail
70. Northern Shoveler
71. Osprey
72. Osceola Turkey
73. Painted Bunting
74. Palm Warbler
75. Pied Billed Grebe
76. Pilated Woodpecker
77. Prairie Warbler
78. Purple Gallinule
79. Red Bellied Woodpecker
80. Red Headed Woodpecker
81. Red Shouldered Hawk
82. Red Winged Blackbird
83. Ring Billed Gull
84. Roseatte Spoonbill
85. Royal Tern
86. Sandhill Crane
87. Savannah Sparrow
88. Sedge Wren
89. Sharp Shinned Hawk
90. Short Billed Dowitcher
91. Snowy Egret
92. Solitary Sandpiper
93. Sora
94. Swamp Sparrow
95. Tree Swallow
96. Tri Colored Heron
97. Turkey Vulture
98. White Crowned Sparrow
99. White Egret
100. White Eyed Vireo
101. White Faced Ibis
102. White Ibis
103. Wilson's Snipe
104. Wood Duck
105. Wood Stork
106. Yellow Bellied Sapsucker
107. Yellow Billed Cuckoo
108. Yellow Crowned Night Heron
109. Yellow Rumped Warbler
110. Yellow throated Warbler
111. Yellow Warbler
cfredricks76 5 years ago
Added Gadwall
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Herman1944 5 years ago
Cole just added a gadwall
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Fastball95 (Steve Leach) PRO 5 years ago
so gadwell is going to be 41, everything else pushes down one.
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Herman1944 5 years ago
Added Ring-necked Duck.
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Fastball95 (Steve Leach) PRO 5 years ago
Looks like that takes spot 84 on the list,
Thanks Herman
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Herman1944 5 years ago
Added Red-tailed Hawk
Red-tailed Hawk by Herman1944
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p simmons 5 years ago
Big, big thanks took Herman and Cole pushing us to 114.

1. American Bittern
2. American Coot
3. American Golden Plover
4. American Kestrel
5. American Pipit
6. American Wigeon
7. American White Pelican
8. Anhinga
9. Ash Throated Flycatcher
10. Bald Eagle
11. Barred Owl
12. Belted Kingfisher
13. Black and White Warbler
14. Black Bellied Whistling Duck
15. Black Crowned Night Heron
16. Black Necked Stilt
17. Black Skimmer
18. Black Vulture
19. Blue Gray Gnatcathcer
20. Blue Jay
21. Blue Winged Teal
22. Boat Tailed Grackle
23. Bobolink
24. Bonaparte's Gull
25. Brown Headed Cowbird
26. Brown Pelican
27. Carolina Wren
28. Caspian Tern
29. Cattle Egret
30. Common Grackle
31. Common Moorhen
32. Common Yellowthroat
33. Cooper's Hawk
34. Double Crested Cormorant
35. Downy Woodpecker
36. Eastern Bluebird
37. Eastern Kingbird
38. Eastern Meadowlark
39. Eastern Pheobe
40. Fish Crow
41. Gadwall
42. Glossy Ibis
43. Grasshopper Sparrow
44. Gray Catbird
45. Great Blue Heron
46. Great Horned Owl
47. Greater Yellowlegs
48. Green Heron
49. Green Winged Teal
50. Ground Dove
51. Herring Gull
52. Hooded Merganser
53. House Wren
54. Indigo Bunting
55. Kildeer
56. King Rail
57. Laughing Gull
58. Least Bittern
59. Least Sandpiper
60. Lesser Scaup
61. Lesser Yellowlegs
62. Limpkin
63. Little Blue Heron
64. Mallard
65. Merlin
66. Molted Duck
67. Mourning Dove
68. Northern Cardinal
69. Northern Parula
70. Northern Pintail
71. Northern Shoveler
72. Osprey
73. Osceola Turkey
74. Painted Bunting
75. Palm Warbler
76. Pied Billed Grebe
77. Pilated Woodpecker
78. Prairie Warbler
79. Purple Gallinule
80. Red Bellied Woodpecker
81. Red Headed Woodpecker
82. Red Shouldered Hawk
83. Red Tailed Hawk
84. Red Winged Blackbird
85. Ring Billed Gull
86. Ring Necked Duck
87. Roseatte Spoonbill
88. Royal Tern
89. Sandhill Crane
90. Savannah Sparrow
91. Sedge Wren
92. Sharp Shinned Hawk
93. Short Billed Dowitcher
94. Snowy Egret
95. Solitary Sandpiper
96. Sora
97. Swamp Sparrow
98. Tree Swallow
99. Tri Colored Heron
100. Turkey Vulture
101. White Crowned Sparrow
102. White Egret
103. White Eyed Vireo
104. White Faced Ibis
105. White Ibis
106. Wilson's Snipe
107. Wood Duck
108. Wood Stork
109. Yellow Bellied Sapsucker
110. Yellow Billed Cuckoo
111. Yellow Crowned Night Heron
112. Yellow Rumped Warbler
113. Yellow throated Warbler
114. Yellow Warbler
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Herman1944 5 years ago
Just added Northern Harrier and Loggerhead Shrike both taken in 2006.
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Herman1944 Posted 5 years ago. Edited by Herman1944 (moderator) 5 years ago
Just added: White-faced Whistling Duck.
This is an escaped bird as they do not occur here. Audubon will not count it on their bird counts.
White-faced Whistling Duck by Herman1944
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Fastball95 (Steve Leach) PRO 5 years ago
In My Opinion,,, I would like to see the count of all the birds we see.
Now if Audubon would like to footnote it, I am cool with that, so thanks for the disclaimer.
Some also only count native FL birds (those used for the official FL count certification program of native birds),
I am more into what we see, footnoting thing such as above, rare sightings for the area (like that white faced Ibis from last year). and such.

We saw a female Harrier out there for a nice single fly by last Saturday.
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Herman1944 5 years ago
I just noticed that you do not have Great Egret on the list. There are numerous photos posted.
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p simmons 5 years ago
I listed it as a White Egret for some reason. Will change it
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Herman1944 5 years ago
Added Least Tern
Least Tern by Herman1944
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p simmons 5 years ago
I've got several of Northern Harriers out there, can't believe I forgot!!
circle b harrierc
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p simmons Posted 5 years ago. Edited by p simmons (moderator) 5 years ago
118 as or 12/07/2010!!

1. American Bittern
2. American Coot
3. American Golden Plover
4. American Kestrel
5. American Pipit
6. American Wigeon
7. American White Pelican
8. Anhinga
9. Ash Throated Flycatcher
10. Bald Eagle
11. Barred Owl
12. Belted Kingfisher
13. Black and White Warbler
14. Black Bellied Whistling Duck
15. Black Crowned Night Heron
16. Black Necked Stilt
17. Black Skimmer
18. Black Vulture
19. Blue Gray Gnatcathcer
20. Blue Jay
21. Blue Winged Teal
22. Boat Tailed Grackle
23. Bobolink
24. Bonaparte's Gull
25. Brown Headed Cowbird
26. Brown Pelican
27. Carolina Wren
28. Caspian Tern
29. Cattle Egret
30. Common Grackle
31. Common Moorhen
32. Common Yellowthroat
33. Cooper's Hawk
34. Double Crested Cormorant
35. Downy Woodpecker
36. Eastern Bluebird
37. Eastern Kingbird
38. Eastern Meadowlark
39. Eastern Pheobe
40. Fish Crow
41. Gadwall
42. Glossy Ibis
43. Grasshopper Sparrow
44. Gray Catbird
45. Great Blue Heron
46. Great Egret
47. Great Horned Owl
48. Greater Yellowlegs
49. Green Heron
50. Green Winged Teal
51. Ground Dove
52. Herring Gull
53. Hooded Merganser
54. House Wren
55. Indigo Bunting
56. Kildeer
57. King Rail
58. Laughing Gull
59. Least Bittern
60. Least Sandpiper
61. Least Tern
62. Lesser Scaup
63. Lesser Yellowlegs
64. Limpkin
65. Little Blue Heron
66. Loggerhead Shrike
67. Mallard
68. Merlin
69. Molted Duck
70. Mourning Dove
71. Northern Cardinal
72. Northern Harrier
73. Northern Parula
74. Northern Pintail
75. Northern Shoveler
76. Osprey
77. Osceola Turkey
78. Painted Bunting
79. Palm Warbler
80. Pied Billed Grebe
81. Pilated Woodpecker
82. Prairie Warbler
83. Purple Gallinule
84. Purple Martin
85. Red Bellied Woodpecker
86. Red Headed Woodpecker
87. Red Shouldered Hawk
88. Red Tailed Hawk
89. Red Winged Blackbird
90. Ring Billed Gull
91. Ring Necked Duck
92. Roseatte Spoonbill
93. Royal Tern
94. Sandhill Crane
95. Savannah Sparrow
96. Sedge Wren
97. Sharp Shinned Hawk
98. Short Billed Dowitcher
99. Snowy Egret
100. Solitary Sandpiper
101. Sora
102. Swamp Sparrow
103. Tree Swallow
104. Tri Colored Heron
105. Turkey Vulture
106. White Crowned Sparrow
107. White Eyed Vireo
108. White Faced Ibis
109. White Ibis
110. Wilson's Snipe
111. Wood Duck
112. Wood Stork
113. Yellow Bellied Sapsucker
114. Yellow Billed Cuckoo
115. Yellow Crowned Night Heron
116. Yellow Rumped Warbler
117. Yellow throated Warbler
118. Yellow Warbler
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Herman1944 5 years ago
118 if you add the White-faced Whistling Duck
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p simmons 5 years ago
I'm not sure if I want to add something that's escaped and not native to the region, just doesn't feel right
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Herman1944 5 years ago
That's fine. We will get more species added.
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Fastball95 (Steve Leach) PRO 5 years ago
question...
IF its a bird, and its been photographed out there, why not?
I understand the technicality of creating a list for review by the special birding groups out there,, some only want native, some only want whatever.. BUT if we say this is a list and photos of all the birds seen at CBBR, should it not be on there, maybe just with an astrick
cfredricks76 Posted 5 years ago. Edited by cfredricks76 (member) 5 years ago
Steve has Stilt Sandpipers in the pool, but I can't find the Short-billed Dowitcher (which by the way, is not the expected dowitcher; it's possible, but most likely during migration)

I agree w/ Steve on including the WFWD.

If you want to get technical, many of the names on our list are incorrectly formatted. For example, Tri Colored Heron should read Tricolored Heron and Black Bellied Whistling Duck should read Black-bellied Whistling-Duck. There are many hyphens missing in our list.

I for one, find the alphabetical listing akward. I think birders are more accustomed to taxonomic ordering - ducks together, birds of prey together, etc. Just my two cents.
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Herman1944 5 years ago
I posted a possible Northern Rough-winged Swallow. Have not had an ID verification yet, but I am fairly sure that it is.

Purple Martins by Herman1944
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Fastball95 (Steve Leach) PRO 5 years ago
One of my personal goals with this list and the showing of each in the other thread is to take the link to CBBR Nature center.
Basically showing them what all can and has been seen out there.
So that anyone at any level could have a photo and name list to look up what they see. (maybe a note mark to those non native, migrant or special release (like if someone sees a Macaw out there that escaped).

I think it would be great personally to see the slide show of our group pool being played on the HD TVs inside the nature center.. but I have no idea if they are allowed to bring up an internet slide show, The county is pretty picky about internet security (like CBBR can not start a flickr group or facebook page or even its own non county web site).
I did start a FB "friends of CBBR" site stating is is UNOFFICIAL.
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p simmons 5 years ago
Great idea Steve
cfredricks76 5 years ago
There are only a handful of birds one would expect to find at Circle B during the winter season that are not in the pool: BLUE-HEADED VIREO, PINE WARBLER, TUFTED TITMOUSE and RUBY-CROWNED KINGLET are all pretty easy to find in feeding flocks working the oaks either in the hammocks or four-corners area. Photographing them I imagine is a little trickier. MARSH WREN is also pretty easy to find around the edges of the marsh, but don't sit still much either.

So for those of you driven, there's your shopping list. I will hope to get lucky, but simply don't have the equipment or skills to catch these small, fast birds on film.
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Herman1944 5 years ago
Thanks to Cole the possible Rough wing Swallow is idented to Purple Martin. Still new to the list.
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p simmons 5 years ago
Just updated it to 118. Yeah the ruby crowned kinglet and blue headed vireo are on my personal "yet to photograph" list so getting one at Cirlce B would be an added treat.!!
I just uploaded Pine Warbler and Tufted Titmouse.
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p simmons 5 years ago
This excellent montage brings several more into our count. Up to 126!!
www.flickr.com/photos/dad_and_daughter_d/5004006173/


1. American Bittern
2. American Coot
3. American Golden Plover
4. American Kestrel
5. American Pipit
6. American Redstart
7. American Wigeon
8. American White Pelican
9. Anhinga
10. Ash Throated Flycatcher
11. Bald Eagle
12. Barred Owl
13. Belted Kingfisher
14. Blackburnian Warbler
15. Black and White Warbler
16. Black Bellied Whistling Duck
17. Black Crowned Night Heron
18. Black Necked Stilt
19. Black Skimmer
20. Black Vulture
21. Blue Gray Gnatcathcer
22. Blue Jay
23. Blue Winged Teal
24. Boat Tailed Grackle
25. Bobolink
26. Bonaparte's Gull
27. Brown Headed Cowbird
28. Brown Pelican
29. Carolina Wren
30. Caspian Tern
31. Cattle Egret
32. Common Grackle
33. Common Moorhen
34. Common Yellowthroat
35. Cooper's Hawk
36. Double Crested Cormorant
37. Downy Woodpecker
38. Eastern Bluebird
39. Eastern Kingbird
40. Eastern Meadowlark
41. Eastern Pheobe
42. Eastern Wood Pewee
43. Fish Crow
44. Gadwall
45. Glossy Ibis
46. Grasshopper Sparrow
47. Gray Catbird
48. Great Blue Heron
49. Great Egret
50. Great Horned Owl
51. Greater Yellowlegs
52. Green Heron
53. Green Winged Teal
54. Ground Dove
55. Herring Gull
56. Hooded Merganser
57. House Wren
58. Indigo Bunting
59. Kildeer
60. King Rail
61. Laughing Gull
62. Least Bittern
63. Least Sandpiper
64. Least Tern
65. Lesser Scaup
66. Lesser Yellowlegs
67. Limpkin
68. Little Blue Heron
69. Loggerhead Shrike
70. Magnolia Warbler
71. Mallard
72. Merlin
73. Molted Duck
74. Mourning Dove
75. Northern Cardinal
76. Northern Harrier
77. Northern Parula
78. Northern Pintail
79. Northern Shoveler
80. Osprey
81. Osceola Turkey
82. Painted Bunting
83. Palm Warbler
84. Pied Billed Grebe
85. Pine Warbler
86. Pilated Woodpecker
87. Prairie Warbler
88. Prothonotary Warbler
89. Purple Gallinule
90. Purple Martin
91. Red Bellied Woodpecker
92. Red Eyed Vireo
93. Red Headed Woodpecker
94. Red Shouldered Hawk
95. Red Tailed Hawk
96. Red Winged Blackbird
97. Ring Billed Gull
98. Ring Necked Duck
99. Roseatte Spoonbill
100. Royal Tern
101. Sandhill Crane
102. Savannah Sparrow
103. Sedge Wren
104. Sharp Shinned Hawk
105. Short Billed Dowitcher
106. Snowy Egret
107. Solitary Sandpiper
108. Sora
109. Swamp Sparrow
110. Tree Swallow
111. Tri Colored Heron
112. Tufted Titmouse
113. Turkey Vulture
114. White Crowned Sparrow
115. White Eyed Vireo
116. White Faced Ibis
117. White Ibis
118. Wilson's Snipe
119. Wood Duck
120. Wood Stork
121. Yellow Bellied Sapsucker
122. Yellow Billed Cuckoo
123. Yellow Crowned Night Heron
124. Yellow Rumped Warbler
125. Yellow throated Warbler
126. Yellow Warbler
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p simmons 5 years ago
Goldfinches, Robins, and Cedar Waxwings should be another easy find out there this winter.
What about Western Kingbirds?
fwsalmon PRO 5 years ago
fwsalmon PRO 5 years ago
Are my eyes deceiving me... no American Robin?

www.flickr.com/photos/7531046@N07/4337794971/in/set-72157...
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Fastball95 (Steve Leach) PRO 5 years ago
I have not seen CWW out there, love those birds though,
I would not know a goldfinch if it bit me.

Once Phillip adds those to the list, feel free to post them in the other thread where we are posting the photos.
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p simmons 5 years ago
Great additions Frank, takes us to 129!!

1. American Bittern
2. American Coot
3. American Golden Plover
4. American Kestrel
5. American Pipit
6. American Redstart
7. American Robin
8. American Wigeon
9. American White Pelican
10. Anhinga
11. Ash Throated Flycatcher
12. Bald Eagle
13. Barred Owl
14. Belted Kingfisher
15. Blackburnian Warbler
16. Black and White Warbler
17. Black Bellied Whistling Duck
18. Black Crowned Night Heron
19. Black Necked Stilt
20. Black Skimmer
21. Black Vulture
22. Blue Gray Gnatcathcer
23. Blue Jay
24. Blue Winged Teal
25. Boat Tailed Grackle
26. Bobolink
27. Bonaparte's Gull
28. Brown Headed Cowbird
29. Brown Pelican
30. Canvasback
31. Carolina Wren
32. Caspian Tern
33. Cattle Egret
34. Common Grackle
35. Common Moorhen
36. Common Yellowthroat
37. Cooper's Hawk
38. Double Crested Cormorant
39. Downy Woodpecker
40. Eastern Bluebird
41. Eastern Kingbird
42. Eastern Meadowlark
43. Eastern Pheobe
44. Eastern Wood Pewee
45. Fish Crow
46. Gadwall
47. Glossy Ibis
48. Grasshopper Sparrow
49. Gray Catbird
50. Great Blue Heron
51. Great Egret
52. Great Horned Owl
53. Greater Yellowlegs
54. Green Heron
55. Green Winged Teal
56. Ground Dove
57. Herring Gull
58. Hooded Merganser
59. House Wren
60. Indigo Bunting
61. Kildeer
62. King Rail
63. Laughing Gull
64. Least Bittern
65. Least Sandpiper
66. Least Tern
67. Lesser Scaup
68. Lesser Yellowlegs
69. Limpkin
70. Little Blue Heron
71. Loggerhead Shrike
72. Long Billed Dowitcher
73. Magnolia Warbler
74. Mallard
75. Merlin
76. Molted Duck
77. Mourning Dove
78. Northern Cardinal
79. Northern Harrier
80. Northern Parula
81. Northern Pintail
82. Northern Shoveler
83. Osprey
84. Osceola Turkey
85. Painted Bunting
86. Palm Warbler
87. Pied Billed Grebe
88. Pine Warbler
89. Pilated Woodpecker
90. Prairie Warbler
91. Prothonotary Warbler
92. Purple Gallinule
93. Purple Martin
94. Red Bellied Woodpecker
95. Red Eyed Vireo
96. Red Headed Woodpecker
97. Red Shouldered Hawk
98. Red Tailed Hawk
99. Red Winged Blackbird
100. Ring Billed Gull
101. Ring Necked Duck
102. Roseatte Spoonbill
103. Royal Tern
104. Sandhill Crane
105. Savannah Sparrow
106. Sedge Wren
107. Sharp Shinned Hawk
108. Short Billed Dowitcher
109. Snowy Egret
110. Solitary Sandpiper
111. Sora
112. Swamp Sparrow
113. Tree Swallow
114. Tri Colored Heron
115. Tufted Titmouse
116. Turkey Vulture
117. White Crowned Sparrow
118. White Eyed Vireo
119. White Faced Ibis
120. White Ibis
121. Wilson's Snipe
122. Wood Duck
123. Wood Stork
124. Yellow Bellied Sapsucker
125. Yellow Billed Cuckoo
126. Yellow Crowned Night Heron
127. Yellow Rumped Warbler
128. Yellow throated Warbler
129. Yellow Warbler
cfredricks76 5 years ago
I just added Marsh Wren, Ruby-crowned Kinglet (don't laugh too hard-it was the best I could do), Redhead and Lincoln's Sparrow.
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p simmons Posted 5 years ago. Edited by p simmons (moderator) 5 years ago
134!!
1. American Bittern
2. American Coot
3. American Golden Plover
4. American Kestrel
5. American Pipit
6. American Redstart
7. American Robin
8. American Wigeon
9. American White Pelican
10. Anhinga
11. Ash Throated Flycatcher
12. Bald Eagle
13. Barred Owl
14. Belted Kingfisher
15. Blackburnian Warbler
16. Black and White Warbler
17. Black Bellied Whistling Duck
18. Black Crowned Night Heron
19. Black Necked Stilt
20. Black Skimmer
21. Black Vulture
22. Blue Gray Gnatcathcer
23. Blue Jay
24. Blue Winged Teal
25. Boat Tailed Grackle
26. Bobolink
27. Bonaparte's Gull
28. Brown Headed Cowbird
29. Brown Pelican
30. Canvasback
31. Carolina Wren
32. Caspian Tern
33. Cattle Egret
34. Common Grackle
35. Common Moorhen
36. Common Yellowthroat
37. Cooper's Hawk
38. Double Crested Cormorant
39. Downy Woodpecker
40. Eastern Bluebird
41. Eastern Kingbird
42. Eastern Meadowlark
43. Eastern Pheobe
44. Eastern Wood Pewee
45. Fish Crow
46. Gadwall
47. Glossy Ibis
48. Grasshopper Sparrow
49. Gray Catbird
50. Great Blue Heron
51. Great Egret
52. Great Horned Owl
53. Greater Yellowlegs
54. Green Heron
55. Green Winged Teal
56. Ground Dove
57. Herring Gull
58. Hooded Merganser
59. House Wren
60. Indigo Bunting
61. Kildeer
62. King Rail
63. Laughing Gull
64. Least Bittern
65. Least Sandpiper
66. Least Tern
67. Lesser Scaup
68. Lesser Yellowlegs
69. Limpkin
70. Lincoln's Sparrow
71. Little Blue Heron
72. Loggerhead Shrike
73. Long Billed Dowitcher
74. Magnolia Warbler
75. Mallard
76. Marsh Wren
77. Merlin
78. Molted Duck
79. Mourning Dove
80. Northern Cardinal
81. Northern Harrier
82. Northern Parula
83. Northern Pintail
84. Northern Shoveler
85. Osprey
86. Osceola Turkey
87. Painted Bunting
88. Palm Warbler
89. Peregrine Falcon
90. Pied Billed Grebe
91. Pine Warbler
92. Pilated Woodpecker
93. Prairie Warbler
94. Prothonotary Warbler
95. Purple Gallinule
96. Purple Martin
97. Red Bellied Woodpecker
98. Red Eyed Vireo
99. Red Headed Woodpecker
100. Red Shouldered Hawk
101. Red Tailed Hawk
102. Red Winged Blackbird
103. Redhead Duck
104. Ring Billed Gull
105. Ring Necked Duck
106. Roseatte Spoonbill
107. Royal Tern
108. Ruby Crowned Kinglet
109. Sandhill Crane
110. Savannah Sparrow
111. Sedge Wren
112. Sharp Shinned Hawk
113. Short Billed Dowitcher
114. Snowy Egret
115. Solitary Sandpiper
116. Sora
117. Swamp Sparrow
118. Tree Swallow
119. Tri Colored Heron
120. Tufted Titmouse
121. Turkey Vulture
122. White Crowned Sparrow
123. White Eyed Vireo
124. White Faced Ibis
125. White Ibis
126. Wilson's Snipe
127. Wood Duck
128. Wood Stork
129. Yellow Bellied Sapsucker
130. Yellow Billed Cuckoo
131. Yellow Crowned Night Heron
132. Yellow Rumped Warbler
133. Yellow throated Warbler
134. Yellow Warbler
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p simmons 5 years ago
Keep an eye out for LeConte's Sparrows also!!
cfredricks76 5 years ago
I added Peregrine Falcon. A LeConte's Sparrow would be a great find! This is an extremely rare sparrow for our area.
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Fastball95 (Steve Leach) PRO Posted 5 years ago. Edited by Fastball95 (Steve Leach) (admin) 5 years ago
Phillip, didnt someone on Birdbrns post seeing one there not too long ago?
Here is the link to the ID page on Cornell

www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Le_Contes_Sparrow/id

Since I had no clue what to look for. the brownish face seems to be the main mark on these
cfredricks76 5 years ago
Unfortunately the photo posted to BRDBRAIN was of a female Red-winged Blackbird and not a LeConte's Sparrow.
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p simmons Posted 5 years ago. Edited by p simmons (moderator) 5 years ago
Snow Goose 135!!
1. American Bittern
2. American Coot
3. American Golden Plover
4. American Kestrel
5. American Pipit
6. American Redstart
7. American Robin
8. American Wigeon
9. American White Pelican
10. Anhinga
11. Ash Throated Flycatcher
12. Bald Eagle
13. Barred Owl
14. Belted Kingfisher
15. Blackburnian Warbler
16. Black and White Warbler
17. Black Bellied Whistling Duck
18. Black Crowned Night Heron
19. Black Necked Stilt
20. Black Skimmer
21. Black Vulture
22. Blue Gray Gnatcathcer
23. Blue Jay
24. Blue Winged Teal
25. Boat Tailed Grackle
26. Bobolink
27. Bonaparte's Gull
28. Brown Headed Cowbird
29. Brown Pelican
30. Canvasback
31. Carolina Wren
32. Caspian Tern
33. Cattle Egret
34. Common Grackle
35. Common Moorhen
36. Common Yellowthroat
37. Cooper's Hawk
38. Double Crested Cormorant
39. Downy Woodpecker
40. Eastern Bluebird
41. Eastern Kingbird
42. Eastern Meadowlark
43. Eastern Pheobe
44. Eastern Wood Pewee
45. Fish Crow
46. Gadwall
47. Glossy Ibis
48. Grasshopper Sparrow
49. Gray Catbird
50. Great Blue Heron
51. Great Egret
52. Great Horned Owl
53. Greater Yellowlegs
54. Green Heron
55. Green Winged Teal
56. Ground Dove
57. Herring Gull
58. Hooded Merganser
59. House Wren
60. Indigo Bunting
61. Kildeer
62. King Rail
63. Laughing Gull
64. Least Bittern
65. Least Sandpiper
66. Least Tern
67. Lesser Scaup
68. Lesser Yellowlegs
69. Limpkin
70. Lincoln's Sparrow
71. Little Blue Heron
72. Loggerhead Shrike
73. Long Billed Dowitcher
74. Magnolia Warbler
75. Mallard
76. Marsh Wren
77. Merlin
78. Molted Duck
79. Mourning Dove
80. Northern Cardinal
81. Northern Harrier
82. Northern Parula
83. Northern Pintail
84. Northern Shoveler
85. Osprey
86. Osceola Turkey
87. Painted Bunting
88. Palm Warbler
89. Peregrine Falcon
90. Pied Billed Grebe
91. Pine Warbler
92. Pilated Woodpecker
93. Prairie Warbler
94. Prothonotary Warbler
95. Purple Gallinule
96. Purple Martin
97. Red Bellied Woodpecker
98. Red Eyed Vireo
99. Red Headed Woodpecker
100. Red Shouldered Hawk
101. Red Tailed Hawk
102. Red Winged Blackbird
103. Redhead Duck
104. Ring Billed Gull
105. Ring Necked Duck
106. Roseatte Spoonbill
107. Ross's Goose
108. Royal Tern
109. Ruby Crowned Kinglet
110. Sandhill Crane
111. Savannah Sparrow
112. Sedge Wren
113. Sharp Shinned Hawk
114. Short Billed Dowitcher
115. Snowy Egret
116. Solitary Sandpiper
117. Sora
118. Swamp Sparrow
119. Tree Swallow
120. Tri Colored Heron
121. Tufted Titmouse
122. Turkey Vulture
123. White Crowned Sparrow
124. White Eyed Vireo
125. White Faced Ibis
126. White Ibis
127. Wilson's Snipe
128. Wood Duck
129. Wood Stork
130. Yellow Bellied Sapsucker
131. Yellow Billed Cuckoo
132. Yellow Crowned Night Heron
133. Yellow Rumped Warbler
134. Yellow throated Warbler
135. Yellow Warbler
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p simmons 5 years ago
I might have a Vesper Sparrow, which would take us to 136
cfredricks76 5 years ago
Where is the pic of the Snow Goose? Search results came up empty. Pics of a Ross's Goose were just posted. Both of these are extremely rare birds for Polk County and should be documented as thoroughly as possible.
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p simmons 5 years ago
you're right Cole, no idea why I typed Snow Goose, my bad
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p simmons Posted 5 years ago. Edited by p simmons (moderator) 5 years ago
Had a birder spot Vesper and Lark Sparrows out there on New Year's Eve so definitely something to keep an eye out for. Blue Headed Vireo seems like another possibilty that should show up some day.
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p simmons 5 years ago
Vesper Sparrow 136!!
1. American Bittern
2. American Coot
3. American Golden Plover
4. American Kestrel
5. American Pipit
6. American Redstart
7. American Robin
8. American Wigeon
9. American White Pelican
10. Anhinga
11. Ash Throated Flycatcher
12. Bald Eagle
13. Barred Owl
14. Belted Kingfisher
15. Blackburnian Warbler
16. Black and White Warbler
17. Black Bellied Whistling Duck
18. Black Crowned Night Heron
19. Black Necked Stilt
20. Black Skimmer
21. Black Vulture
22. Blue Gray Gnatcathcer
23. Blue Jay
24. Blue Winged Teal
25. Boat Tailed Grackle
26. Bobolink
27. Bonaparte's Gull
28. Brown Headed Cowbird
29. Brown Pelican
30. Canvasback
31. Carolina Wren
32. Caspian Tern
33. Cattle Egret
34. Common Grackle
35. Common Moorhen
36. Common Yellowthroat
37. Cooper's Hawk
38. Double Crested Cormorant
39. Downy Woodpecker
40. Eastern Bluebird
41. Eastern Kingbird
42. Eastern Meadowlark
43. Eastern Pheobe
44. Eastern Wood Pewee
45. Fish Crow
46. Gadwall
47. Glossy Ibis
48. Grasshopper Sparrow
49. Gray Catbird
50. Great Blue Heron
51. Great Egret
52. Great Horned Owl
53. Greater Yellowlegs
54. Green Heron
55. Green Winged Teal
56. Ground Dove
57. Herring Gull
58. Hooded Merganser
59. House Wren
60. Indigo Bunting
61. Kildeer
62. King Rail
63. Laughing Gull
64. Least Bittern
65. Least Sandpiper
66. Least Tern
67. Lesser Scaup
68. Lesser Yellowlegs
69. Limpkin
70. Lincoln's Sparrow
71. Little Blue Heron
72. Loggerhead Shrike
73. Long Billed Dowitcher
74. Magnolia Warbler
75. Mallard
76. Marsh Wren
77. Merlin
78. Molted Duck
79. Mourning Dove
80. Northern Cardinal
81. Northern Harrier
82. Northern Parula
83. Northern Pintail
84. Northern Shoveler
85. Osprey
86. Osceola Turkey
87. Painted Bunting
88. Palm Warbler
89. Peregrine Falcon
90. Pied Billed Grebe
91. Pine Warbler
92. Pilated Woodpecker
93. Prairie Warbler
94. Prothonotary Warbler
95. Purple Gallinule
96. Purple Martin
97. Red Bellied Woodpecker
98. Red Eyed Vireo
99. Red Headed Woodpecker
100. Red Shouldered Hawk
101. Red Tailed Hawk
102. Red Winged Blackbird
103. Redhead Duck
104. Ring Billed Gull
105. Ring Necked Duck
106. Roseatte Spoonbill
107. Ross's Goose
108. Royal Tern
109. Ruby Crowned Kinglet
110. Sandhill Crane
111. Savannah Sparrow
112. Sedge Wren
113. Sharp Shinned Hawk
114. Short Billed Dowitcher
115. Snowy Egret
116. Solitary Sandpiper
117. Sora
118. Swamp Sparrow
119. Tree Swallow
120. Tri Colored Heron
121. Tufted Titmouse
122. Turkey Vulture
123. Vesper Sparrow
124. White Crowned Sparrow
125. White Eyed Vireo
126. White Faced Ibis
127. White Ibis
128. Wilson's Snipe
129. Wood Duck
130. Wood Stork
131. Yellow Bellied Sapsucker
132. Yellow Billed Cuckoo
133. Yellow Crowned Night Heron
134. Yellow Rumped Warbler
135. Yellow throated Warbler
136. Yellow Warbler
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Herman1944 5 years ago
One of the best birders in Polk County has verified the Ross Goose. It is a first record for Polk.

Great find!!!!
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p simmons 5 years ago
Field Sparrow 137!! Another species to keep an eye out for would be Brown thrashers, tough to shoot but one was spotted on 12/31/2010. Herman have you ever seen Eastern Towhees out there?

1. American Bittern
2. American Coot
3. American Golden Plover
4. American Kestrel
5. American Pipit
6. American Redstart
7. American Robin
8. American Wigeon
9. American White Pelican
10. Anhinga
11. Ash Throated Flycatcher
12. Bald Eagle
13. Barred Owl
14. Belted Kingfisher
15. Blackburnian Warbler
16. Black and White Warbler
17. Black Bellied Whistling Duck
18. Black Crowned Night Heron
19. Black Necked Stilt
20. Black Skimmer
21. Black Vulture
22. Blue Gray Gnatcathcer
23. Blue Jay
24. Blue Winged Teal
25. Boat Tailed Grackle
26. Bobolink
27. Bonaparte's Gull
28. Brown Headed Cowbird
29. Brown Pelican
30. Canvasback
31. Carolina Wren
32. Caspian Tern
33. Cattle Egret
34. Common Grackle
35. Common Moorhen
36. Common Yellowthroat
37. Cooper's Hawk
38. Double Crested Cormorant
39. Downy Woodpecker
40. Eastern Bluebird
41. Eastern Kingbird
42. Eastern Meadowlark
43. Eastern Pheobe
44. Eastern Wood Pewee
45. Field Sparrow
46. Fish Crow
47. Gadwall
48. Glossy Ibis
49. Grasshopper Sparrow
50. Gray Catbird
51. Great Blue Heron
52. Great Egret
53. Great Horned Owl
54. Greater Yellowlegs
55. Green Heron
56. Green Winged Teal
57. Ground Dove
58. Herring Gull
59. Hooded Merganser
60. House Wren
61. Indigo Bunting
62. Kildeer
63. King Rail
64. Laughing Gull
65. Least Bittern
66. Least Sandpiper
67. Least Tern
68. Lesser Scaup
69. Lesser Yellowlegs
70. Limpkin
71. Lincoln's Sparrow
72. Little Blue Heron
73. Loggerhead Shrike
74. Long Billed Dowitcher
75. Magnolia Warbler
76. Mallard
77. Marsh Wren
78. Merlin
79. Molted Duck
80. Mourning Dove
81. Northern Cardinal
82. Northern Harrier
83. Northern Parula
84. Northern Pintail
85. Northern Shoveler
86. Osprey
87. Osceola Turkey
88. Painted Bunting
89. Palm Warbler
90. Peregrine Falcon
91. Pied Billed Grebe
92. Pine Warbler
93. Pilated Woodpecker
94. Prairie Warbler
95. Prothonotary Warbler
96. Purple Gallinule
97. Purple Martin
98. Red Bellied Woodpecker
99. Red Eyed Vireo
100. Red Headed Woodpecker
101. Red Shouldered Hawk
102. Red Tailed Hawk
103. Red Winged Blackbird
104. Redhead Duck
105. Ring Billed Gull
106. Ring Necked Duck
107. Roseatte Spoonbill
108. Ross's Goose
109. Royal Tern
110. Ruby Crowned Kinglet
111. Sandhill Crane
112. Savannah Sparrow
113. Sedge Wren
114. Sharp Shinned Hawk
115. Short Billed Dowitcher
116. Snowy Egret
117. Solitary Sandpiper
118. Sora
119. Swamp Sparrow
120. Tree Swallow
121. Tri Colored Heron
122. Tufted Titmouse
123. Turkey Vulture
124. Vesper Sparrow
125. White Crowned Sparrow
126. White Eyed Vireo
127. White Faced Ibis
128. White Ibis
129. Wilson's Snipe
130. Wood Duck
131. Wood Stork
132. Yellow Bellied Sapsucker
133. Yellow Billed Cuckoo
134. Yellow Crowned Night Heron
135. Yellow Rumped Warbler
136. Yellow throated Warbler
137. Yellow Warbler
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Herman1944 5 years ago
Yes on the towhee, but no photos. I have a Brown Thrasher photo somewhere. It was on the sandhill near the orange grove. I will look for it.
I've seen towhees in the summertime out on Eagle Roost, where the pine trees and meadowlarks are. No pictures though.

I added an American Goldfinch.
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p simmons 5 years ago
Northern Waterthrush, Carolina Chickadee, Eastern Towhee, Blue Headed Vireo and Virginia Rail were reported today by Don Margeson on Birdbrain so be on the lookout!!
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p simmons Posted 5 years ago. Edited by p simmons (moderator) 5 years ago
American Goldfinch actually makes 137 since our Field Sparrow got refuted:(
1. American Bittern
2. American Coot
3. American Golden-Plover
4. American Goldfinch
5. American Kestrel
6. American Pipit
7. American Redstart
8. American Robin
9. American Wigeon
10. American White Pelican
11. Anhinga
12. Ash-Throated Flycatcher
13. Bald Eagle
14. Barred Owl
15. Belted Kingfisher
16. Blackburnian Warbler
17. Black-and-White Warbler
18. Black-Bellied Whistling-Duck
19. Black-Crowned Night-Heron
20. Black-Necked Stilt
21. Black Skimmer
22. Black Vulture
23. Blue-Gray Gnatcathcer
24. Blue Jay
25. Blue-Winged Teal
26. Boat-Tailed Grackle
27. Bobolink
28. Bonaparte's Gull
29. Brown-Headed Cowbird
30. Brown Pelican
31. Canvasback
32. Carolina Wren
33. Caspian Tern
34. Cattle Egret
35. Common Grackle
36. Common Moorhen
37. Common Yellowthroat
38. Cooper's Hawk
39. Double-Crested Cormorant
40. Downy Woodpecker
41. Eastern Bluebird
42. Eastern Kingbird
43. Eastern Meadowlark
44. Eastern Pheobe
45. Eastern Wood-Pewee
46. Fish Crow
47. Gadwall
48. Glossy Ibis
49. Grasshopper Sparrow
50. Gray Catbird
51. Great Blue Heron
52. Great Egret
53. Great Horned Owl
54. Greater Yellowlegs
55. Green Heron
56. Green-Winged Teal
57. Ground Dove
58. Herring Gull
59. Hooded Merganser
60. House Wren
61. Indigo Bunting
62. Killdeer
63. King Rail
64. Laughing Gull
65. Least Bittern
66. Least Sandpiper
67. Least Tern
68. Lesser Scaup
69. Lesser Yellowlegs
70. Limpkin
71. Lincoln's Sparrow
72. Little Blue Heron
73. Loggerhead Shrike
74. Long Billed Dowitcher
75. Magnolia Warbler
76. Mallard
77. Marsh Wren
78. Merlin
79. Molted Duck
80. Mourning Dove
81. Northern Cardinal
82. Northern Harrier
83. Northern Parula
84. Northern Pintail
85. Northern Shoveler
86. Osprey
87. Osceola Turkey
88. Painted Bunting
89. Palm Warbler
90. Peregrine Falcon
91. Pied Billed Grebe
92. Pine Warbler
93. Pilated Woodpecker
94. Prairie Warbler
95. Prothonotary Warbler
96. Purple Gallinule
97. Purple Martin
98. Red Bellied Woodpecker
99. Red Eyed Vireo
100. Red Headed Woodpecker
101. Red Shouldered Hawk
102. Red Tailed Hawk
103. Red Winged Blackbird
104. Redhead Duck
105. Ring Billed Gull
106. Ring Necked Duck
107. Roseatte Spoonbill
108. Ross's Goose
109. Royal Tern
110. Ruby Crowned Kinglet
111. Sandhill Crane
112. Savannah Sparrow
113. Sedge Wren
114. Sharp Shinned Hawk
115. Short Billed Dowitcher
116. Snowy Egret
117. Solitary Sandpiper
118. Sora
119. Swamp Sparrow
120. Tree Swallow
121. Tri Colored Heron
122. Tufted Titmouse
123. Turkey Vulture
124. Vesper Sparrow
125. White-Crowned Sparrow
126. White-Eyed Vireo
127. White-Faced Ibis
128. White Ibis
129. Wilson's Snipe
130. Wood Duck
131. Wood Stork
132. Yellow-Bellied Sapsucker
133. Yellow-Billed Cuckoo
134. Yellow-Crowned Night-Heron
135. Yellow-Rumped Warbler
136. Yellow-throated Warbler
137. Yellow Warbler
photolyn 5 years ago
Northern Pintail
northern pintail2 by photolyn
photolyn 5 years ago
king rail
king rail by photolyn
cfredricks76 5 years ago
I added a poor photo of an EASTERN TOWHEE from along the south fence line. Someone must go get a better shot than mine! Someone that can catch these fast, flitting birds also needs to photo BLUE-HEADED VIREO and ORANGE-CROWNED WARBLER. They can almost always be found along Alligator Alley.
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Fastball95 (Steve Leach) PRO 5 years ago
Now that I know what a blue headed Vireo looks like I can go back and search the hard drives.
I took shots of one at another location not too long ago and got the ID from there.

You all are doing great with the ID and photos!
MOD
p simmons 5 years ago
Where in the reserve did you get the Towhee Cole?
cfredricks76 5 years ago
There are three places I see Towhee - the southern end of Heron Hideout up in the brush near the fence, the southern end of Wading Bird Way in the brush along the marsh edge, and the brush around the dead tree along the Fort Fraser connector trail. They are easily pished out or challenged by a whistled imitation of their call.
cfredricks76 5 years ago
Just added another crumby photo, this time of an ORANGE-CROWNED WARBLER.
mlibbe PRO 5 years ago
I'll reluctantly post my disgustingly poor image of the Virginia Rail soon. The poor quality is incentive to get back out there and try again.
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Fastball95 (Steve Leach) PRO 5 years ago
Micheal, I saw your post on Bird Brains now I want to get back out there myself and get a good look at those rails.
We can always replace photos with higher quality, main thing for the list is to get a look at them so we can tell what they look like and maybe where the heck to find them again.

Thanks all for the additions
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p simmons 5 years ago
Hernan, I spoke with Charles Geanangel and he said that there's a list in the Nature Center where they're recorded all the different bird species seen out there?
Would you be able to share that with us? It would be interesting to see how we match up.
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Herman1944 5 years ago
Chuck is a good friend. There is a list. I will get it and post it here.
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Herman1944 5 years ago
Found my Brown Thrasher from March 2008. Add another one.
cfredricks76 5 years ago
Once again I post horrific pics and await one of the photo gods to take a decent shot. Here are SONG SPARROW, BLUE-HEADED VIREO and the AMERICAN BLACK DUCK.
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Herman1944 5 years ago
Here is a Field Sparrow. Not mine, but a friend taken at Circle B.

White-crowned Sparrow, First Year by Herman1944
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Herman1944 5 years ago
Have a correction on the Field Sparrow. Not one.
Nature Photos by Scott PRO 5 years ago
American Pipit,A lifer for me,thats 3 this year allready.
American Pipit
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Fastball95 (Steve Leach) PRO 5 years ago
Nice one Scott.
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p simmons 5 years ago
So we're adding American Black Duck, Brown Thrasher, Blue Headed Vireo and Song Sparrow. Well done folks, 141!!

1. American Black Duck
2. American Bittern
3. American Coot
4. American Golden-Plover
5. American Goldfinch
6. American Kestrel
7. American Pipit
8. American Redstart
9. American Robin
10. American Wigeon
11. American White Pelican
12. Anhinga
13. Ash-Throated Flycatcher
14. Bald Eagle
15. Barred Owl
16. Belted Kingfisher
17. Blackburnian Warbler
18. Black-and-White Warbler
19. Black-Bellied Whistling-Duck
20. Black-Crowned Night-Heron
21. Black-Necked Stilt
22. Black Skimmer
23. Black Vulture
24. Blue Headed Vireo
25. Blue-Gray Gnatcathcer
26. Blue Jay
27. Blue-Winged Teal
28. Boat-Tailed Grackle
29. Bobolink
30. Bonaparte's Gull
31. Brown-Headed Cowbird
32. Brown Pelican
33. Brown Thrasher
34. Canvasback
35. Carolina Wren
36. Caspian Tern
37. Cattle Egret
38. Common Grackle
39. Common Moorhen
40. Common Yellowthroat
41. Cooper's Hawk
42. Double-Crested Cormorant
43. Downy Woodpecker
44. Eastern Bluebird
45. Eastern Kingbird
46. Eastern Meadowlark
47. Eastern Pheobe
48. Eastern Wood-Pewee
49. Fish Crow
50. Gadwall
51. Glossy Ibis
52. Grasshopper Sparrow
53. Gray Catbird
54. Great Blue Heron
55. Great Egret
56. Great Horned Owl
57. Greater Yellowlegs
58. Green Heron
59. Green-Winged Teal
60. Ground Dove
61. Herring Gull
62. Hooded Merganser
63. House Wren
64. Indigo Bunting
65. Killdeer
66. King Rail
67. Laughing Gull
68. Least Bittern
69. Least Sandpiper
70. Least Tern
71. Lesser Scaup
72. Lesser Yellowlegs
73. Limpkin
74. Lincoln's Sparrow
75. Little Blue Heron
76. Loggerhead Shrike
77. Long Billed Dowitcher
78. Magnolia Warbler
79. Mallard
80. Marsh Wren
81. Merlin
82. Molted Duck
83. Mourning Dove
84. Northern Cardinal
85. Northern Harrier
86. Northern Parula
87. Northern Pintail
88. Northern Shoveler
89. Osprey
90. Osceola Turkey
91. Painted Bunting
92. Palm Warbler
93. Peregrine Falcon
94. Pied Billed Grebe
95. Pine Warbler
96. Pilated Woodpecker
97. Prairie Warbler
98. Prothonotary Warbler
99. Purple Gallinule
100. Purple Martin
101. Red Bellied Woodpecker
102. Red Eyed Vireo
103. Red Headed Woodpecker
104. Red Shouldered Hawk
105. Red Tailed Hawk
106. Red Winged Blackbird
107. Redhead Duck
108. Ring Billed Gull
109. Ring Necked Duck
110. Roseatte Spoonbill
111. Ross's Goose
112. Royal Tern
113. Ruby Crowned Kinglet
114. Sandhill Crane
115. Savannah Sparrow
116. Sedge Wren
117. Sharp Shinned Hawk
118. Short Billed Dowitcher
119. Snowy Egret
120. Solitary Sandpiper
121. Song Sparrow
122. Sora
123. Swamp Sparrow
124. Tree Swallow
125. Tri Colored Heron
126. Tufted Titmouse
127. Turkey Vulture
128. Vesper Sparrow
129. White-Crowned Sparrow
130. White-Eyed Vireo
131. White-Faced Ibis
132. White Ibis
133. Wilson's Snipe
134. Wood Duck
135. Wood Stork
136. Yellow-Bellied Sapsucker
137. Yellow-Billed Cuckoo
138. Yellow-Crowned Night-Heron
139. Yellow-Rumped Warbler
140. Yellow-throated Warbler
141. Yellow Warbler
cfredricks76 5 years ago
You forgot EASTERN TOWHEE, VIRGINIA RAIL, and ORANGE-CROWNED WARBLER.
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p simmons 5 years ago
Thanks Cole, now at 144!!

1. American Black Duck
2. American Bittern
3. American Coot
4. American Golden-Plover
5. American Goldfinch
6. American Kestrel
7. American Pipit
8. American Redstart
9. American Robin
10. American Wigeon
11. American White Pelican
12. Anhinga
13. Ash-Throated Flycatcher
14. Bald Eagle
15. Barred Owl
16. Belted Kingfisher
17. Blackburnian Warbler
18. Black-and-White Warbler
19. Black-Bellied Whistling-Duck
20. Black-Crowned Night-Heron
21. Black-Necked Stilt
22. Black Skimmer
23. Black Vulture
24. Blue Headed Vireo
25. Blue-Gray Gnatcathcer
26. Blue Jay
27. Blue-Winged Teal
28. Boat-Tailed Grackle
29. Bobolink
30. Bonaparte's Gull
31. Brown-Headed Cowbird
32. Brown Pelican
33. Brown Thrasher
34. Canvasback
35. Carolina Wren
36. Caspian Tern
37. Cattle Egret
38. Common Grackle
39. Common Moorhen
40. Common Yellowthroat
41. Cooper's Hawk
42. Double-Crested Cormorant
43. Downy Woodpecker
44. Eastern Bluebird
45. Eastern Kingbird
46. Eastern Meadowlark
47. Eastern Pheobe
48. Eastern Towhee
49. Eastern Wood-Pewee
50. Fish Crow
51. Gadwall
52. Glossy Ibis
53. Grasshopper Sparrow
54. Gray Catbird
55. Great Blue Heron
56. Great Egret
57. Great Horned Owl
58. Greater Yellowlegs
59. Green Heron
60. Green-Winged Teal
61. Ground Dove
62. Herring Gull
63. Hooded Merganser
64. House Wren
65. Indigo Bunting
66. Killdeer
67. King Rail
68. Laughing Gull
69. Least Bittern
70. Least Sandpiper
71. Least Tern
72. Lesser Scaup
73. Lesser Yellowlegs
74. Limpkin
75. Lincoln's Sparrow
76. Little Blue Heron
77. Loggerhead Shrike
78. Long Billed Dowitcher
79. Magnolia Warbler
80. Mallard
81. Marsh Wren
82. Merlin
83. Molted Duck
84. Mourning Dove
85. Northern Cardinal
86. Northern Harrier
87. Northern Parula
88. Northern Pintail
89. Northern Shoveler
90. Orange Crowned Warbler
91. Osprey
92. Osceola Turkey
93. Painted Bunting
94. Palm Warbler
95. Peregrine Falcon
96. Pied Billed Grebe
97. Pine Warbler
98. Pilated Woodpecker
99. Prairie Warbler
100. Prothonotary Warbler
101. Purple Gallinule
102. Purple Martin
103. Red Bellied Woodpecker
104. Red Eyed Vireo
105. Red Headed Woodpecker
106. Red Shouldered Hawk
107. Red Tailed Hawk
108. Red Winged Blackbird
109. Redhead Duck
110. Ring Billed Gull
111. Ring Necked Duck
112. Roseatte Spoonbill
113. Ross's Goose
114. Royal Tern
115. Ruby Crowned Kinglet
116. Sandhill Crane
117. Savannah Sparrow
118. Sedge Wren
119. Sharp Shinned Hawk
120. Short Billed Dowitcher
121. Snowy Egret
122. Solitary Sandpiper
123. Song Sparrow
124. Sora
125. Swamp Sparrow
126. Tree Swallow
127. Tri Colored Heron
128. Tufted Titmouse
129. Turkey Vulture
130. Vesper Sparrow
131. Virginia Rail
132. White-Crowned Sparrow
133. White-Eyed Vireo
134. White-Faced Ibis
135. White Ibis
136. Wilson's Snipe
137. Wood Duck
138. Wood Stork
139. Yellow-Bellied Sapsucker
140. Yellow-Billed Cuckoo
141. Yellow-Crowned Night-Heron
142. Yellow-Rumped Warbler
143. Yellow-throated Warbler
144. Yellow Warbler
virgoten 4 years ago
Hi,
I'm new to this group but have been going to the Circle B on a regular basis for about a year now. I don't see white-winged dove listed and I see them there nearly every trip.

Had a nice walk through the reserve on Sunday even with the crowds and the trail being closed. Will post some photos once I figure out this site.

Roberta
We've had two new ones posted recently: Hooded Warbler and Ruddy Duck
billlittle 1950 PRO Posted 4 years ago. Edited by billlittle 1950 (member) 4 years ago
I found the Hooded Warbler about 100 yards west of the end of the paved sidewalk from the parking lot in the underbrush on Sunday, 3/27. Saw a flash of yellow and managed three exposures of which one was satisfactory. Herman recommended I post it so I did.
Bill Little
Hooded Warbler by billlittle 1950
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p simmons Posted 4 years ago. Edited by p simmons (moderator) 4 years ago
Hooded Warbler and Ruddy Duck, 146!!

Pushing for 150!!

1. American Black Duck
2. American Bittern
3. American Coot
4. American Golden-Plover
5. American Goldfinch
6. American Kestrel
7. American Pipit
8. American Redstart
9. American Robin
10. American Wigeon
11. American White Pelican
12. Anhinga
13. Ash-Throated Flycatcher
14. Bald Eagle
15. Barred Owl
16. Belted Kingfisher
17. Blackburnian Warbler
18. Black-and-White Warbler
19. Black-Bellied Whistling-Duck
20. Black-Crowned Night-Heron
21. Black-Necked Stilt
22. Black Skimmer
23. Black Vulture
24. Blue Headed Vireo
25. Blue-Gray Gnatcathcer
26. Blue Jay
27. Blue-Winged Teal
28. Boat-Tailed Grackle
29. Bobolink
30. Bonaparte's Gull
31. Brown-Headed Cowbird
32. Brown Pelican
33. Brown Thrasher
34. Canvasback
35. Carolina Wren
36. Caspian Tern
37. Cattle Egret
38. Common Grackle
39. Common Moorhen
40. Common Yellowthroat
41. Cooper's Hawk
42. Double-Crested Cormorant
43. Downy Woodpecker
44. Eastern Bluebird
45. Eastern Kingbird
46. Eastern Meadowlark
47. Eastern Pheobe
48. Eastern Towhee
49. Eastern Wood-Pewee
50. Fish Crow
51. Gadwall
52. Glossy Ibis
53. Grasshopper Sparrow
54. Gray Catbird
55. Great Blue Heron
56. Great Egret
57. Great Horned Owl
58. Greater Yellowlegs
59. Green Heron
60. Green-Winged Teal
61. Ground Dove
62. Herring Gull
63. Hooded Merganser
64. Hooded Warbler
65. House Wren
66. Indigo Bunting
67. Killdeer
68. King Rail
69. Laughing Gull
70. Least Bittern
71. Least Sandpiper
72. Least Tern
73. Lesser Scaup
74. Lesser Yellowlegs
75. Limpkin
76. Lincoln's Sparrow
77. Little Blue Heron
78. Loggerhead Shrike
79. Long Billed Dowitcher
80. Magnolia Warbler
81. Mallard
82. Marsh Wren
83. Merlin
84. Molted Duck
85. Mourning Dove
86. Northern Cardinal
87. Northern Harrier
88. Northern Parula
89. Northern Pintail
90. Northern Shoveler
91. Orange Crowned Warbler
92. Osprey
93. Osceola Turkey
94. Painted Bunting
95. Palm Warbler
96. Peregrine Falcon
97. Pied Billed Grebe
98. Pine Warbler
99. Pilated Woodpecker
100. Prairie Warbler
101. Prothonotary Warbler
102. Purple Gallinule
103. Purple Martin
104. Red Bellied Woodpecker
105. Red Eyed Vireo
106. Red Headed Woodpecker
107. Red Shouldered Hawk
108. Red Tailed Hawk
109. Red Winged Blackbird
110. Redhead Duck
111. Ring Billed Gull
112. Ring Necked Duck
113. Roseatte Spoonbill
114. Ross's Goose
115. Royal Tern
116. Ruby Crowned Kinglet
117. Ruddy Duck
118. Sandhill Crane
119. Savannah Sparrow
120. Sedge Wren
121. Sharp Shinned Hawk
122. Short Billed Dowitcher
123. Snowy Egret
124. Solitary Sandpiper
125. Song Sparrow
126. Sora
127. Swamp Sparrow
128. Tree Swallow
129. Tri Colored Heron
130. Tufted Titmouse
131. Turkey Vulture
132. Vesper Sparrow
133. Virginia Rail
134. White-Crowned Sparrow
135. White-Eyed Vireo
136. White-Faced Ibis
137. White Ibis
138. Wilson's Snipe
139. Wood Duck
140. Wood Stork
141. Yellow-Bellied Sapsucker
142. Yellow-Billed Cuckoo
143. Yellow-Crowned Night-Heron
144. Yellow-Rumped Warbler
145. Yellow-throated Warbler
146. Yellow Warbler
cfredricks76 4 years ago
I added a shot of a GREAT CRESTED FLYCATCHER from this morning.
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