Trip Results from the Marsh Trail, Big Cypress, Kirby-Storter Trip are Posted

The trip results from the Marsh Trail, Big Cypress Bend and Kirby-Storter have been posted.

The “trip bird” was the Eastern Meadowlark.

2012-2013 Marsh Trail, Big Cypress Bend, Kirby Storter

February 11, 2013
Members: 28; Guests 4
Weather: warm with clear skies
Species: 72
  
Blue-winged Teal Yellow-bellied Sapsucker
Pied-billed Grebe Downy Woodpecker
Wood Stork Pileated Woodpecker
Double-crested Cormorant Eastern Phoebe
AnhingaGreat Crested Flycatcher
American White Pelican Loggerhead Shrike
American Bittern White-eyed Vireo
Great Blue Heron Blue-headed Vireo
Great Egret Blue Jay
Snowy Egret American Crow
Little Blue Heron Fish Crow
Tricolored Heron Tree Swallow
Cattle Egret Tufted Titmouse
Green Heron Carolina Wren
Black-crowned Night-Heron Blue-gray Gnatcatcher
White Ibis American Robin
Glossy Ibis Gray Catbird
Roseate Spoonbill Northern Mockingbird
Black Vulture Brown Thrasher
Turkey Vulture European Starling
Osprey Louisiana Waterthrush
Bald Eagle Northern Waterthrush
Red-shouldered Hawk Black-and-white Warbler
Sora Common Yellowthroat
Common Gallinule Northern Parula
American Coot Palm Warbler
Sandhill Crane Pine Warbler
Killdeer Yellow-rumped Warbler
Greater Yellowlegs Yellow-throated Warbler
Lesser Yellowlegs Prairie Warbler
Least Sandpiper Northern Cardinal
Mourning Dove Red-winged Blackbird
Barred Owl * Eastern Meadowlark
Ruby-throated Hummingbird Common Grackle
Belted Kingfisher Boat-tailed Grackle
Red-bellied Woodpecker American Goldfinch
* Trip Bird: Eastern Meadowlark

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