Monthly Archives: June 2011

June 2011 Wildlife Notes

June Okefenokee Wildlife Notes: Many species of frogs are heard during the evenings including chorus, green tree, pig carpenter. Gopher Tortoises can be seen near their burrows in the late afternoon. Sweet-bay Magnolia and white lilies bloom. Bream fishing is … Continue reading

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June Birding

Sheila’s birding Notes for June, Common nighthawks and chuck-will’s-widows increase their courtship calls. Eastern kingbirds & red-headed woodpeckers aggressively defend their territories. Yellow-billed cuckoos are active at their nests. Young birds of green herons, Northern cardinals, pileated woodpeckers, white-eyed vireos … Continue reading

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