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  1. lgonz1008

    Birding the Central Atlantic Coast of Florida in November, 2020 (Thanksgiving Weekend)

    Just wanted to update, I did get my 300th species before December ended in the form of a Bullock's Oriole about 15 minutes from my house!
  2. lgonz1008

    Birding the Central Atlantic Coast of Florida in November, 2020 (Thanksgiving Weekend)

    Might be a bit late for the best fallout chances but Dry Tortugas is definitely my go to hotspot in Florida in that time of the year. Hope you can find some great birds, maybe a Black Noddy or two?
  3. lgonz1008

    Birding the Central Atlantic Coast of Florida in November, 2020 (Thanksgiving Weekend)

    If I had known of such a spot, I would have convinced my family to go there. St. Marks is high on my list for Florida, the Panhandle overall is the only part of the state I haven't birded yet and the American Flamingo makes it tempting. If you want songbirds though, I highly recommend to drive...
  4. lgonz1008

    Birding the Central Atlantic Coast of Florida in November, 2020 (Thanksgiving Weekend)

    Glad it was enjoyed, it was surprising to us too, but considering we went there in shorts and short-sleeved shirts at the end of November, it's no surprise to say that are having a hot winter in Florida (again). The manatee we saw also had a tracking and when we asked the park rangers, they...
  5. lgonz1008

    Birding the Central Atlantic Coast of Florida in November, 2020 (Thanksgiving Weekend)

    Marking the last multiday trip I can make for 2020 (also hopefully the last one that marks a year I cannot bird outside of my home state), my family and I took a quick trip up the Florida coast to spend some relaxation times and hopefully find something new for me in my state or life list (turns...
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