South Florida’s Voice of Conservation
Had some Blue-gray Time-wasters this morning in South Miami, plus two Black-and-white Warblers.
And don't forget both American Redstart and Red-eyed Vireo, which are often first detected the last week of July in south Florida...
Louisiana Waterthrush this Morning, Plantation Preserve Broward. July 27 2017
Shorebirds are also one group that migrates early, and I'm sure any suitable area will be getting lots of them in the coming weeks. Don't forget, the Red-necked Stint near Key West in 2014 was found on July 16. Unfortunately for us here in Dade, we no longer have suitable shorebird areas.
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