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FLARBA  February 2012

FLARBA February 2012

Subject:

2/12/12--La Sagra's Flycatcher, Monroe County, Upper FL Keys (continues, map attached)

From:

Lyn Atherton <[log in to unmask]>

Reply-To:

Florida Rare Bird Alert <[log in to unmask]>

Date:

Sun, 12 Feb 2012 22:18:20 -0500

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text/plain (25 lines) , Key Largo Botanical Park Trail Map.pdf (25 lines)

2/12/12--La Sagra's Flycatcher, Monroe County, Dagny Johnson Key Largo 
Hammock Botanical SP. Observers: m. ob. Directions: from Florida City, 
take US 1 to CR 905A-Card Sound Road (toll). Drive east to "T" 
intersection and head south on CR 905. About 1/4 mi before this road 
joins US 1, watch for stone archway at entrance to botanical park on 
east side of road. (De LORME p. 123) Apparently, La Sagra's has 
established territory encompassing mid-point of loop on Nature Trail 
(designated by * on map) over to area opposite that on first unpaved 
trail going off to left after entering park and going past circle of 
paved entrance trail. ("Stay on marked trail" sign at beginning of this 
trail.) Two short pink ribbons were placed at spot on this trail where 
La Sagra's was observed. This will be past 3 "Area Closed"barracades 
(one on left and two on right). Today, La  Sagra's was first found near 
the restroom, then in the right south side of the entrance road just 
before the area with the downed trees, then at the edge of the area with 
the downed trees. So it does roam outside the area where it originally 
seemed to prefer.

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