While fishing Lake Okeechobee, at about noon time today, we observed hundreds of Swallow Tailed Kites soaring, skimming the lake for water and hunting. I took this photo (no telephoto lens) Please open on a computer and enlarge. Every speck is a bird. It was a sight to behold! They were seen on the west shore of the lake, near Clewiston.
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