Bird Count March 2015

Indian River Club is southwest of Oslo Road …

Range Tracking

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A photo gallery of images from the March bird count at the Indian River Club enlivened by the discovery of a family of Great Horned Owls. Here one of the Great Horned Owls returns with what might have been a rabbit to feed its two owlets.
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One of the two owlets.
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The second owlet. This one was a bit more reclusive, keeping mostly out of sight.
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The Great Horned Owl brings breakfast over to the two owlets.
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The Great Horned Owl checks for possible intrusions before feeding the two owlets.
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A flock of White Ibis wing by overhead.
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A Wood Stork coming in for a landing.
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Wood Stork
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One of the four Florida Scrub-Jays we saw.
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The Sandhill Cranes have a youngster of their own to raise.
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Mottled Duck

Thank you to Roz James and Susan Boyd for including me in today’s count.

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