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Checklist S48058737

 
Location
Fort Zachary Taylor Historic SP, Monroe County, Florida, US ( Map ) ( Hotspot )
Date and Effort
Sat Aug 25, 2018 8:08 AM
Protocol:
Traveling
Party Size:
1
Duration:
2 hour(s), 37 minute(s)
Distance:
3.606 kilometer(s)
Observers:
Mark Songer
Comments:
N/A
Submitted from eBird for iOS, version 1.7.28
Species
25 species total
6
4
9
ML112199111

© Mark Songer

Average Quality

inside the fort parade grounds

2
ML112199211

© Mark Songer

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3
ML112199261

© Mark Songer

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3

feeding along shore in weeds

ML112199411

© Mark Songer

Average Quality
1
ML112199481

© Mark Songer

1
ML112208491

© Mark Songer

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3
ML112199601

© Mark Songer

1
ML112199701

© Mark Songer

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13
1
1
ML112199751

© Mark Songer

Average Quality
1

flew over NW side of moat to mangrove spot where I usually see Great Blue Heron

2
ML112199881

© Mark Songer

Average Quality

feeding at base of fort near entrance

2
ML112199941

© Mark Songer

Average Quality

in Australian Pines along swimming beach

1
ML112199991

© Mark Songer

Average Quality

Very vocal today, heard and saw several times between parking area and beach

9

Much darker than the gray kingbirds who have been resident this summer. Along NW moat and over the field, also swooping down to surface of moat feeding. Some chasing appeared to be territorial defense, gray kingbirds mixed in with Eastern at times in the same tree.

ML112200091

© Mark Songer

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ML112200101

© Mark Songer

Average Quality
5
ML112200191

© Mark Songer

4

Different look from Eastern Kingbird flying over the field, dark chin and buffy breast and underparts.

3
7
ML112200251

© Mark Songer

6
ML112200331

© Mark Songer

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2

feeding below fort view trail, nearer to parking area. Clear look but no photo

1

Strong bright yellow breast and underparts. Appears to have white dots in tail. No black evident on head so appears to be female. Moving quickly close to ground and it was difficult with the underbrush to get photo.

ML112200531

© Mark Songer

Average Quality
ML112200541

© Mark Songer

Average Quality
 

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

Yes