Tuesday, 29 October 2013

My New Patch

Out and about early doors again this morning, gets birdable light at about 5:40, so straight back out on the Golf course before the little munchkins come and throw me off.

Lots of Vaux's Swifts through today, little pale bellied, stubby tailed swifts often in fairly large flocks, will try get a pic of one if i get quicker with the camera !

Two fly through Scissor-tailed Flycatcher were smart, as are the resident Yucatan Vireo's endemic species here as name suggests.

white-winged dove - fairly numerous 

Big increase in Magnolia warblers through today also and several American Redstarts.

Roseate Spoonbill through on the sea was a nice surprise amongst the regular Frigatebird movement.

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