Monthly Archives: May 2012

May Birding Notes

Sheila’s Birding Notes for May, Early weeks have the migration continuing, with solitary sandpipers a possible species. Anhinga are abundant. The home-sites of red-cockaded woodpeckers are full of activity. Northern mockingbird, brown thrasher, and Eastern towhee are busy feeding their … Continue reading

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May Wildlife Notes

Many aquatic turtles are laying eggs, raccoons are just as rapidly digging up and eating the eggs. Wading birds become more conspicuous, common Nighthawks perform aerial displays. Warmouth perch fishing is improving. Pine woods Treefrogs and Little Grass Frogs can … Continue reading

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