Citrus County Audubon was asked to help with a scheduled walk at the Withlacoochee Gulf Preserve in Yankeetown this morning Nov 6, 2015.. Six of us showed up for the event. The turnout for participants wasn't the best, but did we get birds? Why, yes we did! We started out toward the tower and got Sedge & House Wrens. We had Clapper Rails all around us by the tower. Great Blue, Little Blue, Tricolored Herons and Great, Snowy, and Cattle Egrets were plentiful. Osprey, Sharp-shinned, & Red-shouldered Hawks, and Bald Eagle . We went into the canopy toward the ramp and were swarmed with Vireos, including the Bue-headed, Yellow-throated & White-eyed.. Blue-gray Gnatcatchers, Kinglets, and 6 species of Warbler were in this area. There were 50 species recorded for the 2 1/2 hr walk. Did I say we got birds? Well, yes, yes we did.The entire list can be see at this ebird list link. The Osprey was on a watch for an unsuspecting fish and needed a wing stretch. The Little Blue (white form) was just being elegant in the pine top.