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Residents birds and birds passing through.

Yellow-throated warblers are moving through, heading south for the winter. I think this is a northern parula.   They are common right now but this one looks a little scruffy A male cardinal eating a berry. The female cardinal is … Continue reading

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Birds and birders at Fort Desoto

The resident long billed curlew was prancing around in front of a large group of birders. He’s almost too tame. He was walking so close to people that they were backing up to take pictures of him Piping plover staring … Continue reading

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Chesnut Park in late September.

Downy or Hairy? I’m going with Downy since her beak looks a little longer and Hairys are pretty rare here. Yellow warbler. This was the most exciting bird of the day. Injured butterfly. I arrived at the park, parked my … Continue reading

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End of my spring migration at Fort DeSoto

I don’t know what this is. It looks bigger than a yellow rumped warbler.  It was bathing at the fountain. Could it be a female American redstart?  It looks like one from the Stokes Birding Guide. If so, it’s my first one. … Continue reading

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