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  1. lgonz1008

    Everglades National Park, Florida today - Crow

    Hi Aladdin, I got your checklist in the rare bird alert email this morning and it looks like you posted the BBPL photo in the Sanderling spot. You might want to update it: https://ebird.org/checklist/S132545138
  2. lgonz1008

    Everglades National Park, Florida today - Crow

    They are widespread but locally uncommon, hence the filter is set to 0, but with the great pictures you got, the sighting is 100% approved.
  3. lgonz1008

    Everglades National Park, Florida today - Crow

    1. Palm Warbler 2. Laughing Gull 3. Semipalmated Plover 4. Sanderling (they are here year round, but more common during the migration and winter months) 5. Black-bellied (Gray) Plover (sadly not a rare Golden Plover, those are rare migrants and during fall migration) 6. Spotted Eagle Ray
  4. lgonz1008

    Everglades National Park, Florida today - Crow

    The issue is still there, we are having very dry seasons (although these are great news for birders since you get to see hundreds of waders at eye level and less than a couple of meters from you, including Roseate Spoonbills and Wood Storks). However, the restoration project fund were finally...
  5. lgonz1008

    Everglades National Park, Florida today - Crow

    If you need any ID help, feel free to reach out, I've been lucky enough to see almost every bird species in South Florida, so I can help you with most IDs for the area.
  6. lgonz1008

    Everglades National Park, Florida today - Crow

    Word of advice, never play recording within the US national parks, if a ranger sees you, you can be fined for disrupting the behavior of the birdlife (official stance; the unofficial stance someone tried to sue the parks in the past for their bad action in harassing and getting attacked by a...
  7. lgonz1008

    Everglades National Park, Florida today - Crow

    Not a different species by any means, the (former) Northwestern Crow was more unique than the Everglades population, however, the calls are a bit of a whiplash if you are used to crows elsewhere in North America. The best way to describe it is a bubbly call, they still have the harsh caws, but...
  8. lgonz1008

    Everglades National Park, Florida today - Crow

    In Miami-Dade county, the rule of thumb is American Crow is in the Everglades and surrounding areas, while Fish Crow is in the urban areas. Add to this, the American Crows found within the park have different vocalization than those seen anywhere else in its range (including Central Florida)...
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