|Horrible photo of a Barn Owl|
Once into the 'glades, we made a few stops along the road to Long Pine Key. The roadsides were littered with Yellow-rumped Warblers. I've never seen so many in one place in my life! A little "pishing" attracted gobs.
|American Redstart hiding|
These aren't the only pictures from the day, more (including Vermilion Flycatcher and more warblers!) can be found here.
We ended in Homestead for a good sleep before heading across the Tamiami Trail to bird the western part of the state. Those pics will be up soon.
Just a reminder, one of the goals of this photographic big year is to raise money for American Bird Conservancy's work with endangered Hawiian bird species. Please consider pledging to help this great effort! All pledges go directly to the ABC. See this page for more information. It's easy!