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Checklist S12301822

 
Location
Circle B Bar Reserve, Polk County, Florida, US ( Map ) ( Hotspot )
Date and Effort
Sat Dec 15, 2012 6:00 AM 🌙 Nocturnal
Protocol:
Traveling
Party Size:
6
Duration:
10 hour(s)
Distance:
14.0 mile(s)
Observers:
Linda Cooper
Species
89 species total
542

this is our best estimate as the birds are moving around in the marshes constantly; they breed and raise their families in the marshes

75
2
10
1
5
2
60
6
1
2
6

in the picnic area

24
4
13
2

1 near the Nature Discovery Center; the other sitting in the dike road just past the windmill

2
88
539
82

there are probably more than we counted; they seem to be thriving on the exotic apple snail

26
2
3
19

in Lake Hancock

4
6
2
2
37
44
11
1
20
106
99
63

the marshes provide perfect feeding opportunities for herons and egrets

52

the marshes provide perfect feeding opportunities for herons and egrets

45
1
10
262
73
39

it is difficult to count this species as they move about feeding in the marshes but birds are constantly moving in and out of this area during the day

42
162
13
2
6

all adults; 1 pair at nest

12
1
1

at the usual place in the open pavilion by the Nature Discovery Center

5
7
2
15
4
7
26
4
16
3
100
1
9
15
9

very vocal and a few sat up for viewing; scattered along the marshes

9
47
1
4

adults seen on the west side of the property; after passing the nursery and prior to the creek there is open area on the left; all were in this area

170
17
7
1

sat up nicely for photos - L.Cooper; in sandhill area

30
3
2
8
124
230
10
1
22

the marsh grasses and edges provide the perfect habitat for this species

64
6
42
4

all seen well in oak hammocks and trees along Lake Hancock

3
25
 

Are you submitting a complete checklist of the birds you were able to identify?

Yes