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UK birder on a conference next week in the area and with a couple of half days free. Recommendations would be appreciated for shorebird and/or warbler sites in the area. I shall have a car so within c50 miles. Prothonotary would be brilliant!

Despite the fact the thread is old...many tourists want to know about birding hot spots in the Tampa St Pete area. Wanted to point out for everyone...

Fort De Soto Park offers locals and tourists one of the country’s premiere beach destinations.

Less well known it the fact that birding Fort De Soto Park ranks among the real treats of American birding opportunities. This relatively small, 1,136-acre park, hosts close to three hundred different year round and migratory bird species during the course of the year.

see also: Green Nature
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