The Antillean Palm-Swift was seen again today. I arrived on Grassy Key around 11 a.m. and had to wait about an hour before it put in another appearance. It eventually put on a good show at the end of Peachtree Avenue near the homes at the end of the street. Good bonus birds were Antillean Nighthawk (seen on a day roost on the first road to the right off Peachtree Avenue) and Clapper Rail in the wetlands south of Peachtree (courtesy of Carlos Fernandez).
Posted by Jim Sigsbee about 1 month ago 1 Comment
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