A nice read... lots of other gems if you poke around a bit on the site.
"Bird Visitors and Northeast Winds"
Species mentioned include:
dovekie, western palm warblers, myrtle warblers, red-breasted mergansers, brants, chipping sparrow, old squaw (long-tailed duck), and....
a starling! The author mentions how it seems as though they've been reluctant to spread south...wow!
Another read from the same journal mentions a few other species and a panther sighting:
And lastly one that mostly describes glossy ibis occurrence:
In that last one there's mention of a "fire tower" south of Tamiami Trail, which led me to google search "fire tower everglades." Found a New York Times article from 1964 when Shark Valley opened:
Hope you enjoy these great reads!