November Birding Notes

American Robins and greater sandhill cranes arrive in flocks.  Tree swallows are now abundant.  Bald eagles are periodically seen in the area.  White-throated sparrows can be heard rustling among the fallen leaves.  Eastern phoebes call from exposed perches.  Hermit thrushes frequent the low shrubs.  The last of the Fall migrants pass through.

*Sheila Willis is a Native American Naturalist who grew up around the Okefenokee Swamp and is currently writing a Birding Guide to the Greater Okefenokee Area.   Sheila was kind enough to share her Birding Calendar with us.

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