Monthly Archives: December 2015
December 21, 2015 The club covered a lot of ground on this trip and lots of birds were seen. The highlight of the trip was a Snow Goose. Way out in Charlotte Harbor, a tiny speck was seen. Was it … Continue reading
Trip results from our second trip to STA-5 have been posted. 72 species were seen and the trip bird was the Western Kingbird.
For the Cape Coral Birding trip on December 28th, please consider wearing boots. Trails are WET! Hotel Information for the Bartow trip has been published on the schedule. Or click [HERE]
In case anyone is interested in seeing where the Caloosa Bird Club’s count is, Gail Campbell graciously took a photo of the map for everyone to see. This is a very historical map. Who knows how many years the club … Continue reading
Come join SWFL Audubon as they tour the abandoned Golf Course in Cape Coral. Some want to develop the property, other want to make it a “central park”. Come see what this endangered piece of property has to offer. … Continue reading
The results from the Bailey Tract/Ding Darling trip are posted. Below is a photo of the trip bird; a Reddish Egret with a telemetry antenna and bands.
Trip results for Harns Marsh have been posted
Trip bird: Brown-headed Nuthatch