1. Tropcial Kingbird (Tyrannus melancholicus) just east of Everglades National Park, Florida USA.


    from Larry Manfredi / Added

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    On November 7, 2012 I found a Tropical Kingbird (Tyrannus melancholicus) just east of Everglades National Park in Miami-Dade County Florida USA. It was first seen on a fence near a water control structure and then on utility wires near by. Tropical Kingbirds are normally found in small numbers in southeast Arizona and south Texas. That is their northern most range and then they are found south to Argentina in South America. There are a quite a few records outside their normal range, we have had a few confirmed birds in Florida. They are very similar to Couch's Kingbird found in south Texas and can only be safely identified by their calls. I had the good fortune of having this bird call to clinch the identification!

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    • Short-tailed Shearwater at Sea, Bruny Island


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      Short-tailed at Sea, Bruny Island

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      • Alpen Optics 1


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        Alpen Optics offers a full line of binoculars, monoculars, spotting scopes and rifle scopes! No matter what your outdoor passion, Alpen has what you need. Durable optics with a crisp, sharp image at an affordable price, that is what sets Alpen apart from the competition. Best part...they are backed by a Lifetime Warranty! www.alpenoptics.com

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        • VISIT FLORIDA: Fort Matanzas


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          One of the most picturesque and undeveloped areas along NE Florida's historic coast is little known Fort Matanzas National Monument. Just 14 miles south of St. Augustine, a day trip to this area offers pristine beaches, nature trails and wildlife viewing. A FREE ferry ride across Matanzas Inlet takes visitors to the fort. The 1700's Spanish fortified watchtower is one-of-a-kind, built of coquina, a natural substance made from sea shells and sand. Nearby open-air seafood restaurants make this area a must-enjoy spot on A1A.

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          • Fork-tailed Flycatcher (Tyrannus savana)


            from Larry Manfredi / Added

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            This video was taken on October 19, 2012 next to the Key West Visitor center on Big Pine Key. In this video, you can see the unique "notched" primary feathers when the bird stretches its wings. This is the same Big Pine Key bird in the Florida Keys that I took video on October 20, 2012.

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            • Chickadee on Suet Feeder


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              A fun video we shot with a simple digital camera, edited with windows movie maker

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              • Fork-tailed Flycatcher (Tyrannus savana) Big Pine Key in the Florida Keys, USA


                from Larry Manfredi / Added

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                Gina and Adam Kent biologist in Florida, found this bird on October 19, 2012 at the very beginning of Big Pine Key. It was on the utility wires right along the very busy US1 leading to Key West. It was near and across the highway from the Big Pine Fishing Lodge. I saw and photographed the bird the same day, but later in the afternoon about 2-miles farther west. The next day I drove down and saw the bird again in the same area that Gina and Adam originally found it. I took this video on October 20, 2012. Fork-tailed Flycatchers are found from Mexico south to Argentina. It is thought that birds that show up in the United States and Canada, may be from the race that occurs south of the equator. These birds migrant north from south of the equator and over-shoot their wintering area in northern South America and end up in the United States and Canada. Texas and Florida seem to have the most records of Fork-tailed Flycatcher. It is always exciting to find a bird so far away from their normal range. Birders from all over will travel many miles to see such an exciting bird!

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                • Road trip with Martin


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                  • P1060189 2011-10-07 Summer Tanager and Catbird bathing


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                    I videoed this Summer Tanager and Catbird bathing together in October 2011, and didn't think much about it until someone in Tallahassee photographed a Summer Tanager and Catbird bathing in her bird bath in October, 2012. Maybe they're a couple and are once again passing through Tallahassee on migration, bathing as they go. UPDATE 10/6/12: I just looked out to see a female Summer Tanager bathing in the water feature--in the same part of the water as the one in the video. What was over in the back on the right? A Catbird!! I do think they are a pair--1 day short of a year to the day when I videoed them last year. We do have a pair of Catbirds, but they are always together. There was only one Catbird today.

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                    • MTV "stop mtv"


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                      Stop MTV!

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