I spent the morning and early afternoon birding at various locations in Palm Beach County. I located the Neotropic Cormorant at Wakodahatchee Wetlands at the usual place, one of the tree islands near the sign for "Wading Birds". The Vermilion Flycatcher was also located at Loxahatchee NWR. It was found on the Marsh Trail, about half a mile south of the parking lot, on the east side of the intersection of cells C-8 and C-9. As a bonus, a Barred Owl was seen from the boardwalk near the Visitor Center. A short seawatch at the Boynton Beach Inlet produced a Common Loon and many Northern Gannets.
Posted by Jim Sigsbee 10 months ago 4 Comments
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