With the month half over, it is getting more difficult to add new species to the list. I tried my luck at the Richloam Tract again this morning, and did get one more bird: the yellow-throated warbler.
Also got a few nice shots of a turkey vulture in morning light
Next, it was off to the Westlake neighborhood nearby in Ridge Manor to look for limpkins to add to the June Challenge list, and sure enough they were there, along with little blue heron, black-bellied whistling ducks, and red-shouldered hawk.
Finally, at the water treatment plant in Brooksville this morning, got some nice shots of a swallow-tailed kite. Then, it was off to work. Hard to do June Challenge while working full-time, but definitely possible to still get an impressive number of species. At this point, I am getting very close to my goal of 100.
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