South Florida’s Voice of Conservation
At least two Neotropic Cormorants were present at Wakodahatchee Wetlands this morning. The birds were in the usual location, on a tree island left of the T-intersection of the boardwalk.
At least 0 Neotropic Cormorants have been documented in Miami-Dade County ever. When is this species going to be found here? I've looked at 1,000s of cormorants over the years. Yes, they were all Double-crested!
Neotropic Cormorant is now considered so un-newsworthy in Palm Beach County that sightings no longer appear on the county's eBird Rare Bird Alert!
Kevin S reminisces of the time that he was exiting the Palmetto at Coral Way and saw a Neo-tropical Cormorant in the pond. We will have to let him add the details.
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