Gemini Springs, November 2011

In November I added 12 new species to my modest Gemini Springs list over six different complete checklists, including Pied-billed Grebe, American Coot, and American Robin. I also added 8 species to my 2011 BIGBY list, reaching my goal of 75 species with Killdeer on November 28. I missed visiting the park for over a week mid-month (I was out of town) and I could notice there were quite a few new arrivals that flew in during my absence. It’s fun to follow the changes in the park (and to fill in those blanks on the Gemini Springs eBird list). 🙂

tiny mushrooms
tiny mushrooms; November 1 2011

Harvest Festival pumpkins
Harvest Festival decor; November 5 2011

Red-bellied Woodpecker
Red-bellied Woodpecker and Spanish Moss; November 5 2011

Eastern Gray Squirrel
Eastern Gray Squirrel; November 5 2011

Cormorants in the fog
Cormorants in the fog; November 7 2011

White Ibis
White Ibis; November 7 2011

Florida Mound (?) flowers; November 7 2011

Eastern Box Turtle; November 7 2011

Northern Mockingbird
Northern Mockingbird; November 7 2011

American Coots
American Coots; November 23 2011

American Coots
American Coots; November 23 2011

Beautyberry sp; November 23 2011

Red-tailed Hawk juvenile
Juvenile Red-tailed Hawk; November 23 2011

Palm Warbler
Palm Warbler; November 23 2011

Gemini Springs
Perching place; November 23 2011

Pied-billed Grebe
Pied-billed Grebe; November 23 2011

Yellow-rumped Warbler
Yellow-rumped Warbler watches the blogger; November 23 2011

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