It was a bright morning and likely the coolest in months. So, the birds stayed pretty active for the entire three hour outing. Unfortunately, only Rey Wells and Ken Spilios ventured afield. The action started immediately with the sighting of a Yellow-throated Warbler. It was in a palm tree at the front entrance of the Lecanto Post Office! That’s where we met up. We then caravanned to several spots with differing habitats to give us a chance at as many species as possible. We tallied 44 species and had a good time doing it. Here are two photos taken that morning.
Submitted by Rey Wells