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4/1/2018 : Harris Neck NWR and environs, GA: It was a beautiful Easter Sunday! AMEN. An Anhinga was
fishing at the NWF as Wood Stork individuals flew into the nearby trees for nest material. A Prairie
Warbler and Yellow-rumped Warbler showed up along with Black Vulture and Great Egret flybys. Also of
interest (but poorer images) were a Bonapart Gull and Blue-headed Vireo.
|4/1/2018 : Amelia Island, FL: Mourning Dove and House Finch individuals were looking for nest material,
indicating it really is Spring. Then: Herring Gull (juv), Yellow-throated Warbler and Northern Parula.
Black Skimmers were preening and Royal Terns were showing off. Also shown: Forster's Tern still in
non-breeding plummage , a little female Ruby-throated Hummingbird , and Sandwich Tern along with a
Ruddy Turnstone flock hunting for food. A Northern Cardinal also posed in some Bottle-brush flowers.