[Tweeters] Birding Video of South Florida
baro at pdx.edu
Fri May 27 18:03:24 PDT 2022
Perhaps a little Crass, but to address which of 'Cara's Birds' are
countable according to American Birding Association (ABA) rules, I found
this great webpage.
Lots of parakeets now countable in the Miami area, but not many Parrots.
Bob OBrien Portland
On Fri, May 27, 2022 at 1:07 PM Robert O'Brien <baro at pdx.edu> wrote:
> 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
> 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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