One of my favorite migrants, though we get to see these all winter long as well.
Bald Eagles are residents here in Florida, and they breed here, but thin out in the summer time.
This one stole a Rock Pigeon from a Cooper's Hawk and flew off with it.
These warblers breed here, but they are also one of our earliest migrants, and a few actually winter here
One of our early migrants in both Spring and Fall
It seems like the third week of October is the prime time to find this bird.
In the right habitat, it seems like the first half hour after sunrise is the best time to find these guys
On cool, crisp, sunny and windless mornings, you might just find one of these perched out in the open
Many winter here
These wonderful birds breed in pine forests near my home
The winter months though are also a great deal of fun. It's dry, and you can walk around without sweating. And it seems like there are always vagrants to be found. Sometimes the same bird comes back to the same general area every year.
This one has come back to the same park (and almost the same tree) and spent the winter here four years running.