Posted by: NatureIsAwesome | September 22, 2010 @ 7:57 am

Light Migration into Northern FL

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22/September2010

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Nature is Awesome,
Angel & Mariel

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  1. Not a lot of volume today at SFBO but diversity was good, with the usual Caribbean migrants around and in the nets. Out of 22 banded birds, the species list was 11. A beautiful Prothonotary Warbler and 2 Cape Mays were banded, as well as White-eyed and Red-eyed Vireos.

  2. Went to go relocate the Mourning Warbler we had found on the NAMC. I was able to find what I am pretty confident was the bird. I heard it chipping and saw it dancing in the thick understory along the canal about 10m from where we first found it. I could not get a solid look at the bird at all but the call notes sounded right. It is very skittish.
    Along the way I encountered numerous mixed warbler flocks and ended up with a 14sp warbler day.
    Highlights:
    Blackburnian (2) first time recorded on Corbett
    Hooded
    N. Waterthrush (4)
    LA. Waterthrush
    Black-throated Blue (2)
    Magnolia
    Prothonotary

    JW Corbett is in West Palm Beach

    Michael Baranski


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