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Halcón Peregrino Falco peregrinus

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sandbluff

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Julio 3, 2019 08:42 AM CDT

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Cisne Mudo Cygnus olor

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sandbluff

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Julio 3, 2019 10:18 AM CDT

Descripción

Captive mute swan at the conservatory.

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Garza Morena Ardea herodias

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sandbluff

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Julio 3, 2019 09:53 PM CDT

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Tordo Sargento Agelaius phoeniceus

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sandbluff

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Julio 3, 2019 09:40 AM CDT

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Rascón Cara Gris Rallus limicola

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sandbluff

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Septiembre 3, 2019 09:07 AM CDT

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Cisne Trompetero Cygnus buccinator

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sandbluff

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Septiembre 3, 2019 01:01 PM CDT

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Tortuga Pintada Chrysemys picta

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sandbluff

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Septiembre 3, 2019 02:00 PM CDT

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Grulla Blanca Grus americana

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sandbluff

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Septiembre 3, 2019 02:48 PM CDT

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Verdugo Americano Lanius ludovicianus

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sandbluff

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Julio 11, 2019 04:30 PM CDT

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Milano Tijereta Elanoides forficatus

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sandbluff

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Julio 14, 2019 05:15 PM CDT

Descripción

Not sure if the address is spot on, but I saw about 20 of these flying above the Island Inn pool.

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Tortuga Terrestre de Florida Gopherus polyphemus

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sandbluff

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Julio 14, 2019 02:00 PM CDT

Descripción

This is a gopher tortoise on the side of Bateman Road. It was very large.

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Verdugo Americano Lanius ludovicianus

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sandbluff

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Julio 14, 2019 02:30 PM CDT

Descripción

This is a shrike far away in a dead palm tree on Bateman Road, east of Hickey's Creek Mitigation Area.

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Aves Clase Aves

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sandbluff

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Julio 14, 2019 03:15 PM CDT

Descripción

This is a scrub jay far away in a tree on Bateman Road, south of Hickey's Creek Mitigation Area.

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Garza Tricolor Egretta tricolor

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sandbluff

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Julio 14, 2019 11:34 PM CDT

Descripción

There was a tricolored heron very close to us in the water. It was preening out down feathers.

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sandbluff

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Julio 14, 2019 11:40 PM CDT

Descripción

There were 4 of these scattered around the park. They were large turtles!

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Caimán del Mississippi Alligator mississippiensis

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sandbluff

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Julio 14, 2019 12:15 PM CDT

Descripción

This was a 4ft American Alligator in the water at the preserve.

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Chorlo Semipalmeado Charadrius semipalmatus

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sandbluff

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Julio 12, 2019 02:00 PM CDT

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Vuelvepiedras Rojizo Arenaria interpres

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sandbluff

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Julio 12, 2019 03:15 PM CDT

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Costurero Pico Corto Limnodromus griseus

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sandbluff

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Julio 12, 2019 02:10 PM CDT

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Gallineta Frente Roja Gallinula galeata

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sandbluff

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Julio 12, 2019 07:45 PM CDT

Descripción

There were 4 adults and 5 chicks.

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Milano Tijereta Elanoides forficatus

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sandbluff

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Julio 14, 2019 05:00 PM CDT

Descripción

There were many swallow-tailed kites flying overhead. There were about 20 over a half-hour span that were circling above.

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Garza Morena Ardea herodias

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sandbluff

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Julio 9, 2019 01:45 PM CDT

Descripción

This is an immature Great Blue Heron in the rain standing in water near Wildlife Dr.

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Garza Rojiza Egretta rufescens

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sandbluff

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Julio 9, 2019 01:30 PM CDT

Descripción

There were several reddish egrets in the water in various places in the refuge.

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Garza Real Ardea alba

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sandbluff

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Julio 9, 2019 02:00 PM CDT

Descripción

There were several of these herons on Wildlife Dr. eating small crabs off the leaves and ground. This one ate a small brown anole.

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Garza Azul Egretta caerulea

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sandbluff

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Julio 9, 2019 03:45 PM CDT

Descripción

This heron was standing on an island in the middle of the tract.

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Guaco Manglero Nyctanassa violacea

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sandbluff

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Julio 8, 2019 10:00 AM CDT

Descripción

There were around 5 of these around the park. They are the most bold of all the herons and come close to the cars on the road.

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Pelícano Pardo Pelecanus occidentalis

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sandbluff

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Julio 8, 2019 08:00 AM CDT

Descripción

I woke up and went outside, and there were 27 brown peli
cans in one tree. They were perching on small branches.

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Verdugo Americano Lanius ludovicianus

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sandbluff

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Julio 11, 2019 04:15 PM CDT

Descripción

There were 3 Loggerhead Shrikes sitting on barbed wire on the left side of the road. AT one point, one caught a bug, impaled it on the wire, and ate it.

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Maullador Gris Dumetella carolinensis

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sandbluff

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Mayo 11, 2019

Descripción

A Gray Catbird is a medium-gray bird that is part of the mimic family. They have a dark gray cap, and rusty under-tail coverts. At SBBO, we are currently trying to figure out what the significance is of a bird having red and gray under-tail coverts with gray and red, or just red. 23 Gray Catbirds were caught today. Many were also seen. The majority of the catbirds were caught in the forest net because that is their primary habitat.

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Zorzal Canelo Catharus fuscescens

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sandbluff

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Mayo 11, 2019

Descripción

We caught and saw several veeries today at SBBO. They are spotty on the breast near their throat, and the spots gradually fade away. They are tan-brown. Today, we caught 4 veeries.
They were mostly caught in the forest net, because that is the habitat that they prefer.

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