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Florida Wrap up

My trip to  Bonita Beach, Lee County Florida has come to an end.  It was my most productive trip to the county that I have ever had.  Two years ago I realized that I have been watching birds in the … Continue reading

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Six Mile Cypress Slough

This morning I headed up county to see what I might get at Six Mile Cypress Slough.  This is another great birding spot and I saw some of the birds I was hoping for on the trip have been being … Continue reading

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Point Ybel and Little Estero Lagoon

This morning I spent two hours at Point Ybel and then an hour at Little Estero Lagoon on Ft. Meyers Beach. Birds were way down at the lighthouse park, but it was still a productive visit.  The best birds of … Continue reading

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Unexpected Birding

This morning I had planned to bird Bunche Beach for shorebirds, terns and gulls.  Low tide was supposed to be at 8:30 am. When Eddie and I arrived, once again no low tide. I have looked this up so many … Continue reading

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Sanibel continues to jump

Birding Point Ybel Lighthouse Point this morning was still very productive. Tennessee Warblers continue to be the most abundant species, my having seen at least 22 of these birds.  Prothonotary Warblers were in good number, I had at least half … Continue reading

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Sanibel Fallout Continues!

Rose-breasted Grosbeak was not only a new county bird, but a new state bird as well! With ongoing though slightly less intense northwest winds overnight, a good movement of birds continued!  This morning I arrived at the parking lot at … Continue reading

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What “Birding Memories” are made of!

My first Summer Tanager for Lee County! Yesterday, I birded Sanibel Island with terrible results. I had nothing anywhere. It was my first poor birding day of the trip. While there I spoke with several other birders, all who held … Continue reading

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