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Louisiana Waterthrush

A Louisiana Waterthrush photographed in Mead Garden, Winter Park. Florida on April 12, 2021. A ‘BIG “THANKS” for Sam to suggest that he would go around the bird and flush it toward me. THANKS SAM it worked! The bird flew towards me and landed on a low limb with an unobstructed view of the bird.

Worm-eating Warbler

A Worm-eating Warbler photographed in Mead Garden, Winter Park Florida on April 12, 2021. Thanks to Sam telling Karen and Karen telling me Where he had seen the bird.

Hermit Thrush

Photographed on April 09, 2021 in Mead Garden, Winter Park, Florida. Barbara spotted this bird between the Owl Nest Tree and the path to the South. I’d never seen a Hermit Thrush so late in the season with the bold spots on the chest.

Black and White Warbler

A Black & White Warbler capturing a Caterpillar for a tasty meal in Mead Garden, Winter Park, Florida on April 10. 2021.

Black and White Warbler

Male Black & White Warbler Photographed on Friday, April 09, 2021 in Winter Park. Florida.

Blue-headed Vireo

Three images of a Blue-headed Vireo in Mead Garden, Winter Park, Florida on April 07, 2021.

Great Crested Flycatcher

A Great Crested Flycatcher photographed in Mead Garden, Winter Park, Florida on April 07, 2021. Two of These birds returned to the park this Spring, will raise a family during the summer, and a return flight South in the Autumn.

Hermit Thrush

This may be the last remaining Hermit Thrush of,the season in Mead Garden. Photographed on Tuesday, April 6, 2021 in Winter Park. Florida.

Palm Warbler, Eastern

A “Palm Warbler Eastern” photographed in Mead Garden, Winter Park, Florida on April 5, 2021. This bird was bright yellow and “Beautiful.” At first I only saw movement from a yellow bird moving through a tree in dark shadow, not enough to get an ID. Finally I was able to get a few photos and an ID. Photographed in natural light.
A “Palm Warbler Eastern” photographed in Mead Garden, Winter Park, Florida on April 5, 2021. This bird was bright yellow and “Beautiful.” At first I only saw movement from a yellow bird moving through a tree in dark shadow, not enough get an ID. Finally I was able to get a few photos and an ID. Photographed in natural light.

American Kestrels

Mated pair of American Kestrels in Orange County, Florida on March 31, 2021. Male is in the foreground.

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