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LOONS, GREBES, LARGE WADING BIRDS

Loons, grebes, pelicans, cormorants, anhingas, gannets, bitterns, egrets, herons, ibis, spoonbills, storks

Ducks, water birds, limpkins, cranes

Ducks, mergansers, soras, moorhens, gallinules, limpkins, cranes

Gulls, shorebirds

Killdeer, plovers, oystercatchers, stilts, willets, godwits, turnstones, sanderlings, sandpipers, snipe, gulls, terns, skimmers

Raptors, owls

Vultures, harriers, kites, hawks, eagles, osprey, carcaras,

merlins, kestrels, falcons, owls

Doves, woodpeckers, jays, other small birds

Doves, kingfishers, hummingbirds, woodpeckers, flycatchers,

phoebes, kingbirds, shrikes, vireos, jays, crows

more small birds, critters

Martins, swallows, wrens, kinglets, gnatcathers, thrushes, robins,

catbirds, mockingbirds, thrashers, waxwings, parulas, warblers,

cardinals, buntings, dickcissels, towhees, sparrows, meadowlarks,

blackbirds, grackles, goldfinches.

Alligators, otters, feral hogs

 
Any photo taken within St. Lucie County or on a society field trip by a member of the Audubon Society is welcome. Please include the date taken (approximate, if necessary), where it was taken, and the name of the photographer. Sharpest photos showing field marks will be used. Please email to mary@jackmaryetc.com .

(Note: A few of the photographs were taken outside St. Lucie County but are of birds commonly found here)