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florida keys (1 Viewer)


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Hi all off to florida keys to have a drive around. please help with some advice as to birding especially concerning ospreys. I hope to get to blue cypress lake anyone have any advice please by the by I am going february. thanks

Steve Schoech

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You're certainly going to the right place if it's osprey you want to see. Sometimes it seems as if there's at least one osprey nest on a power pole for every mile you drive.

Have fun ... if you have the means, a float plane (or boat) trip from Key West to the Dry Tortugas is great and will get you some boobies and noddies, though overall the Tortugas are better a bit later in the year (April) when the migrants are coming through.
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