More of My Florida Birds

I know I’ve become a ‘broken record’ expressing how much fun I had with Florida’s bird paradise.  I am still in awe as I review my photos of the constant photo ops that were readily available.  If you didn’t have your camera with you at all times, you would surely miss an opportunity.  I know I did, and I was literally bummed at those times.

Here’s a few more I wanted to share from last month.

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Anhinga in flight


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Mourning Dove


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Bluegray Gnatcatcher


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Bluegray Gnatcatcher – Hey cutie!


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The pair of Sandhill Cranes returned to our campground which I was thrilled!


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Sandhill Cranes


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Little Blue Heron


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Black-bellied Whistling Ducks


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Caspian Tern


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Crested Caracara Fly-By


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Crested Caracara (I saw my first one as a new lifer at Okeechobee Water Treatment)



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Gray Catbird


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Great Egret


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Tri-colored Heron


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Northern Mockingbird


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Common Gallinule


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American Coot


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Belted Kingfisher


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Yellow-rumped Warbler


The following are three more “lifers” to my bird list.  In all on my Florida trip, I added 17 “lifers”.  It was exciting and shows I need to do more traveling to see new birds in other regions.   🙂

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Palm Warbler (new lifer)


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Prairie Warbler (new lifer)


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Black Skimmers (new lifer)


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Black Skimmer

I hope your weekend’s going well.
Be happy!


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