I spent the last couple of days birding the above areas. Migration has been slow here, though there was a moderate fallout on Sanibel on Saturday night. By the time I could check it out Monday morning, most of the birds had moved on. My highlights there were a Yellow-billed Cuckoo, Indigo Bunting, Black and White Warbler and Northern Parula. Back at Bonita Beach in the afternoon, I had an abundance of birds at the north tip. Hundreds of gulls and terns were highlighted by ten LESSER BLACK-BACKED GULLS! This was my highest count at one time anywhere. Magnificent Frigatebirds, Common Ground Doves and Wilson’s Plovers were other highlights. Today, I birded Harn’s Marsh. This is a fabulous spot. I had 45 species there today with many highlights. Ten SWALLOW-TAILED KITES held the top spot here. A pair of GRAY-HEADED SWAMPHENS were another highlight. The male was displaying to the female most of the morning. I’ve ended the day with a total of 73 species for the trip so far. Its been a fun few days!