February 18, 2012, Kennedy Loop

Immature Male Thick-billed Euphonia
No rain last night. 
I got a late start at 10:45 a.m. today.  It was 82 degrees. 60% cumulus cloud and 40% blue skies.
A breeze of about 10 knots was blowing from the NNE. Kennedy Loop Walk 2 hours
A beautiful day on the Loop. The sky was so blue and the greens were so green, I had to get a photo--but it doesn't do the place justice.

Species List for the Walk:
Brown Pelicans
Black Vultures
Turkey Vultures
Caracaras

Broad-winged Hawk

Heard White-tipped Dove

Orange-chinned Parakeet
Red-lored Parrot

Short-tailed Swifts--4 flying lower than usual and I could hear their twittering

Heard White-tailed Trogon
Red-crowned Woody
Crimson-crested Woody

Cocoa Woodcreeper

Dusky-capped Flycatchers
Common Tody-Flycatcher
Great Kiskadees

Rusty Margined Flycatchers
Social Flycatchers
Streaked Flycatchers
Tropical Kingbirds
Yellow-bellied Elaenia
Yellow-crowned Tyrannulet

Snapping of Manakin wings
Mangrove Swallows
Southern Rough-winged Swallows Bay Wren
Heard House Wren

Clay Colored Thrushes

Tropical Mockingbirds

Red-eyed Vireo

American Redstart

Chestnut-sided Warbler

Blue Dacnis

Red-legged Honeycreeper

Thick-billed Euphonia

Blue-gray Tanagers
Palm Tanagers
Plain Colored Tanagers
Summer Tanagers
Indigo Bunting
Indigo Bunting
Variable Seedeater

Great Tailed Grackles
Yellow-backed Orioles
Yellow-rumped Caciques
Chestnut-headed Oropendola

Mammals:
Agouti
Cappuchin Monkey
Howler Monkey
Coatimundi



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