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Wekiva Container Bird Banding: Hello There 2023!

Wekiva Container Bird Banding: Hello There 2023!

Back from the vacations and also it appears we had a site visitor while we were gone. Andrew got to the wee hrs and also discovered our publication cooler scattered everywhere. Publications were almost everywhere. The good news is, there was no rainfall recently so we simply loaded points up prior to establishing webs.

We assumed points could be interfered with further down and also, undoubtedly, Web 11 had a post down. Bear has actually been right here recently. When Connie and also Lynn arrived they discovered among our publications down one more strech of lanes with bite marks on it. Required to obtain a shot of that for the following time.

Continuing, our initial bird was a Gray Catbird. We neglected our point-and-shoot video camera, so all of todays shots are from phones.

Successive was a regained Home Wren.

House Wren

This is the moment of year when we begin obtaining Ruby-crowned Kinglets. Not as well chilly out, so it was a good band and also launch of this beautiful woman.

Ruby-crowned Kinglet

After that came a regained Anchorite Yeast infection.

Hermit Thrush

Vistors started to gotten here and also one was coaxed to launch this Anchorite Yeast infection.

Hermit Thrush

As we browsed the lanes in the daytime, we found where our Black Bear selected to rest over night. Angela set in the bed for range. Later, Connie phoned call to claim Web 10 was comprminsed. Completion of one post got on the ground and also the conduate adapter was broken to shreads with the internet on the ground. This bear is still right here shut! We established that a hr earlier.

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Black Bear Bed

Yellow-rumped Warblers are returning in larger numbers and also we obtained one after the bear occurrence. A wonderful man ready to become Springtime plummage.

Myrtle Warbler, Yellow-rumped Warbler

North Cardinals are constantly anticipated. Wonderful to have a male today.

Northern Cardinal

Andrew and also Angela made their means to the lake’s side. After cyclones, it is much easier to obtain near the lake and also the winter maintains the alligators away. Below is the shot of the Window-on-the-Lake throughout the means.


A lot more Yellow-rumped Warblers flew in as we scoped the webs. An additional man.

Myrtle Warbler, Yellow-rumped Warbler

Nelida was launching the Yellow-rumped Warbler and also it beinged in her hand completely min or two prior to determining to avoid right into the timbers.

Myrtle Warbler, Yellow-rumped Warbler

Our last Yellow-rumped Warbler of the day.

Myrtle Warbler, Yellow-rumped Warbler

As we were closing webs, Jenny was really honored to obtain the last bird of the day. No person else truly appeared to care …

Blue-gray Gnatcatcher

Another shot prior to the expose.

Blue-gray Gnatcatcher

Yes, it was a Blue-gray Gnatcatcher. They are difficult to catch as they see the webs frequently and also typically prevent them. A wonderful catch for completion of the day.

Blue-gray Gnatcatcher

Not a poor early morning. Winter is heading our means and also we might take the following weekend break off. Keep tuned.

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Today’s Overalls

Birds Processed New Regained Complete
North Cardinal 0 1 1
Home Wren 0 3 3
Ruby-crowned Kinglet 1 0 1
Gray Catbird 1 0 1
Blue-gray Gnatcatcher 1 0 1
Anchorite Yeast Infection 0 1 1
Myrtle Warbler 3 0 3
Total Amounts 6 5 11


Following (scheduled) Grouping Day: Sunday, January 15th.
All webs will certainly be opened up by 7:00 A.M.

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