[Tweeters] Birding Video of South Florida
baro at pdx.edu
Fri May 27 13:07:21 PDT 2022
I'll second Vincent's comments. Both of them. I've lived in north florida
for 5 years at varying times and birded in the south on many occasions.
Ya'll photographed more species than I've seen the entire time.
Jealousy.................. Of course, this was many decades ago when there
were far fewer exotics, especially the parrots/parakeets. (Loved the
amazing photos but turned the sound volume down.) Bob OBrien Portland
On Fri, May 27, 2022 at 12:50 PM Vincent Lucas <vincentlucas5 at gmail.com>
> Thanks for the great video of your birding trip to South Florida. It
> brought back a flood of great birding memories from when I lived and birded
> in every one of those locations when I lived there for 15+ years. You did
> very well in the allotted time you had there, seeing a lot of uncommon
> birds and especially the exotics, of which there are many. Did you go to
> these places and find the birds on your own or did you have a guide? There
> are several good ones in South Florida. One place you didn’t go as far as I
> can tell, is STA-5 or any of the other storm treatment areas south of Lake
> Okeechobee. Fantastic birding to be had there. Highly recommended. I lead
> tours to STA-5 for many years. Anyway, well done. Really enjoyed the video;
> the music, not so much.
> Vincent Lucas
> Port Angeles, WA
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