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More Migrants Arriving

Had some Blue-gray Time-wasters this morning in South Miami, plus two Black-and-white Warblers.


Ron Smith
about 1 year ago

And don't forget both American Redstart and Red-eyed Vireo, which are often first detected the last week of July in south Florida...

Steven Kaplan
about 1 year ago

Louisiana Waterthrush this Morning, Plantation Preserve Broward. July 27 2017

about 1 year ago

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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