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Checklist S37495335

 
Location
Bill Baggs Cape Florida SP, Miami-Dade County, Florida, US ( Map ) ( Hotspot )
Date and Effort
Sat Oct 08, 2005 8:20 AM
Protocol:
Traveling
Party Size:
3
Duration:
5 hour(s), 30 minute(s)
Distance:
0.6 mile(s)
Observers:
Robin Diaz
Comments:
Found this list entered on Bird Base but not on eBird. With Michelle Davis and David Cimprich. Michelle and David saw a female-type Mourning Warbler early but I didn't get on it.
Species
39 species total
4
Common Ground-Dove
2
Mourning Dove
1
Chuck-will's-widow
1
Great Egret
6
White Ibis
1
Sharp-shinned Hawk
1
Red-bellied Woodpecker
1
Peregrine Falcon

seems to be settling in for winter season

1
Sulphur-bellied Flycatcher

David Cimprich first found it at 10 AM and we saw it off-and-on until 11:15. It moved around and seemed to prefer larger Strangler Fig trees. Large, very streaky flycatcher with broad-based bill, yellowish underparts and rufous in tail and wings. Black "chin strap" easy to see at one sighting. Bird was caught in mist net around 12:20 and was banded at CFBS. Photo is after it was banded.

© Robin Diaz

10
Eastern Kingbird
1
Gray Kingbird
1
White-eyed Vireo
5
Red-eyed Vireo
2
Blue Jay
5
Barn Swallow
1
Marsh Wren

First heard at western edge of Pond 2, giving "machine gun" rattle. It popped up after we pished a little. Small, wren with black-and-white streaks on the back and a distinct white supercilium. Only the second MAWR I've seen in Cape Florida.

8
Blue-gray Gnatcatcher
1
Swainson's Thrush
1
Gray Catbird

FOS for me

1
Northern Mockingbird
20
Bobolink

only flew over early

10
Ovenbird
1
Worm-eating Warbler

heard more

2
Northern Waterthrush

1 very yellow

3
Black-and-white Warbler
2
Swainson's Warbler
1
Nashville Warbler

Small warbler that looked like it had female-type plumage with yellow underparts, white vent area and yellow undertail coverts. It had a grayish "hood" and a complete white eye ring. It flicked its tail often and didn't vocalize.

1
Common Yellowthroat
2
American Redstart
1
Cape May Warbler
2
Northern Parula
1
Magnolia Warbler
1
Chestnut-sided Warbler
1
Blackpoll Warbler

unusual for this date and location

4
Black-throated Blue Warbler
1
Palm Warbler (Western)

south intersection

1
Yellow-throated Warbler
2
Prairie Warbler
2
Northern Cardinal
 

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

Yes