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September 2011 Birding Notes

The great Fall movement picks up speed with various species of vireos, warblers and thrushes arriving on their way south. Mixed-flocks are typical occurrences, and identification is sometimes a challenge. Black and white warlbers are noticeable among the crowd in … Continue reading

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August 2011 Wildlife Notes

Wildlife is most active during the cooler hours of morning and evening. Small flocks of blue-winged teal begin to arrive, signaling the beginning of the fall migration. Alligator young hatch and leave the nest, and may be heard “clucking” to … Continue reading

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