Green Birding in Southwest Volusia County, October 2015

Note: this post is back-dated.

In October I recorded 70 species over 8 checklists for my green birding list. I added three birds for the year: Blackburnian and Magnolia Warblers at Audubon Park and Northern Waterthrush at Gemini Springs. Last year I recorded 71 species in 10 trips to Gemini Springs.

During the month, Arthur and I celebrated our 15 year anniversary during a long weekend in Savannah, Georgia. We also got Disney passes about a month earlier and started to use them in earnest in October. And I ran my first 5K race on the 25th. It was already starting to happen (hello abandoned blog), but birding started to take a backseat in my life, unfortunately. Anyway, here are some photographic highlights from the month.

Barred Owl
Wet Barred Owl at Audubon Park | 04 OCT 2015

Blackburnian Warbler
Blackburnian Warbler record shot at Audubon Park | 04 OCT 2015

White Peacock
White Peacock at Audubon Park | 04 OCT 2015

Great Blue Heron
Great Blue Heron at Gemini Springs | 06 OCT 2015

White Ibises
White Ibises at Gemini Springs | 06 OCT 2015

tiny frog sp?
tiny frog, species unknown, at Audubon Park | 16 OCT 2015

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