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Subject:

/8/15-Key West Quail-Doves (continue), Monroe County

From:

Roberto Torres <[log in to unmask]>

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

Date:

Thu, 8 Jan 2015 17:15:21 -0500

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1/8/15-Key West Quail-Doves (2,maybe 3), Monroe County, Long Key State 
Park. Observers: M. Ob. Directions: Long Key State Park is located at 67400 
Overseas Highway, Long Key. Take US-1 (Overseas Hwy) to mile marker 67.5. 
When you enter LKSP, take the first left and park adjacent to the restrooms. 
First located (9/27): Walk to the end of the parking lot and begin walking 
down the dirt path through a thick hammock with mangroves on your left. This 
is the Golden Orb Trail. Look for a sign for a Poisonwood Tree.  There were a 
few sightings of two Key West Quail-Doves today. One was seen on the 
nature trail just before the trail turns south before the Poisonwood tree sign. 
The other one was seen a few times at the far end of the nature trail where 
the trees are much smaller and where the trail turns east. The doves can also 
be difficult to see, so patience and quiet are a must.

Reminder to birders that visit the park: Park staff was apparently getting
annoyed that some were looking for the bird off the trail. Please stay on
the trail when looking for this bird. And obey park rules. Also the bird seem
to retreat deeper in the thickets with the presence of many birders so
please keep noise levels down.

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