Date: Mon, 19 Dec 2011 22:53:03 -0600
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From: Larry Gridley <eelriver05@MCHSI.COM>
Subject: Vermillion Flycatcher at St. Marks, NWR
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I know this is a Georgia board but I wanted to share mu little field trip today to St. Marks NWF which
is about 20 miles south of Tallahassee. If you have not visited St. Marks in the winter you all need to
make the trip. It is one of my favorite places to bird. It is full of birds right now. Here are just a few
photos from today. The first Ibis photo has both a White-faced and glossy in the same frame, the white-faced
with the red eye and facial skin is in front.
White-faced Ibis vs Glossy Ibis
Snow Goose (diagnostic photo from 300yards)
Northern Shovelers (girls club)
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