Friday, July 1, 2016

St. Marks National Wildlife Reserve - February 21, 2016

I have been wanting to go to this park for years, and it is one of the better birding spots in Florida.  Today was no exception, with a total of 58 species I was able to report on Ebird.

Aside from a vermillion flycather, there was a second life bird today, not as striking: the song sparrow.

  song sparrow
  redhead ducks
dunlin and least sandpiper
  ruby-crowned kinglet
bald eagles at nest
belted kingfisher
cloudless sulphur

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