Green Birding in Southwest Volusia County, September 2015

Note: this post is back-dated.

In September I recorded 59 species over 15 checklists for my green birding list, adding three to the year list: Common Nighthawk, Yellow Warbler, and Eastern Wood-Pewee, all at Gemini Springs. In September 2014 I had 64 species at Gemini Springs; in September 2013 I had 56. Here are some photographic highlights from the month.

White-tailed Deer
White-tailed Deer at Brickyard Slough | 07 SEP 2015

White-eyed Vireo
White-eyed Vireo (tortured by Photoshop) at Brickyard Slough | 07 SEP 2015

Limpkin at Lake Monroe Boat Ramp | 07 SEP 2015

Red-shouldered Hawk
Young Red-shouldered Hawk at Gemini Springs | 09 SEP 2015

Eastern Kingbirds
Eastern Kingbirds at Gemini Springs | 14 SEP 2015

Red-bellied Woodpecker
Red-bellied Woodpecker at Gemini Springs | 14 SEP 2015

On September 19th, Seminole Audubon had a walk at Gemini Springs. The focus was more on the springs and the flora of the park, but we managed to see some birds, too. My parents and Arthur joined the walk as well.

birders at Gemini Springs
Birders at Gemini Springs | 19 SEP 2015

Golden Orb Weaver
Golden Orb Weaver at Gemini Springs | 19 SEP 2015

Audubon Park
Boardwalk at Audubon Park | 20 SEP 2015

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