Tuesday, January 1, 2008

December Zoomed by

Well I can see that I am way behind on this blog so here is a December summary.
There were two surveys of the little pocket marsh on the north end of Jekyll. Sedge Wrens were the stars of those surveys along with some great woodpeckers. Sorry but those Sedge Wrens were to fast to get an image but please enjoy these

There were three Christmas Bird Counts Harris Neck, Cumberland (mainland) and Okefenokee that were exciting and time consuming.

There was work at Wild Birds Unlimited Nature Shop on Jekyll Island. This gave me a chance to gage the understanding of the nature of Jekyll.
The rambles were fun. Roseate Spoonbills are still here.

The month was filled with birds, people and last & always there was the work that I do for the Georiga's Colonial Coast Birding and Nature Festival.

Good Birding!

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