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|6/1/20 to 6/5/20 Various locations in Nassau County, FL: We have had the privilege of seeing many
cuckoos this year. This Yellow-billed Cuckoo was catching caterpillars above the trail. Then: a
Red-headed Woodpecker sunning itself, a Red-bellied Woodpecker , and a female Pileated Woodpecker
study. A juvenile Bachman's Sparrow was curious about us but the adult was more skittish. Also: a
Tufted Titmouse , Brown Thrasher , Brown-headed Nuthatch , and Acadian Flycatcher .
|5/30/20 Amelia Island, FL: A fantastic male Orchard Oriole gave us a song on a beautiful morning while a
Mourning Dove pair was attempting to nest in a rather awkward spot. It was interesting to watch them
infuse the incoming nest material and form the nest. We hope they are successful!
|6/8/20 Amelia Island, FL: Our Ruby-throated Hummingbird nest had two chicks in it. The angle was
difficult since the nest was so high, but it was wonderful to see them thriving!