Monthly Archives: April 2017

Birding in South Florida

South Florida is considered to be one of the most interesting birding locations in the country and reasonably so. On a nice spring morning, you can see dozens of species of migratory birds flying overhead. You can also find amazing wintering birds, such as the scissor-tailed flycatcher and rufous hummingbird, or breeding birds, such as […]

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The Song of a Cape Sable Seaside Sparrow in the Morning

The fog hovered over the sawgrass clumps as my fellow field techs and I walked to follow the harsh buzzy okachee-weee sounds in the distance. The field was saturated with morning dew and the sun was slowly beginning to rise. Suddenly, a flash of brown and yellow appeared in the distance. We got busy working to capture this […]

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