I’m not sure, but I think the 161 or 162 species seen on today’s CBC is a record for the Count. Highlights in brief:
BLACK SCOTER: First county record. Six on Lake Wauberg. Be there first thing Monday morning!
Groove-billed Ani: One along the fenceline trail that cuts back toward the powerlines after you’ve walked through the barn at the beginning of the La Chua Trail. The bird was where the powerline cut intersects the fenceline trail.
Sprague’s Pipit: Two on Kanapaha Prairie, exactly where they were on the last CBC.
Ash-throated Flycatcher: TEN on Paynes Prairie, scattered among four territories. (TEN!)
Least Flycatcher: Four on Paynes Prairie.
Red-breasted Nuthatch: One in Micanopy, three in one tree (!) near the Kanapaha Prairie.
Canvasback: Five on Newnans Lake.
The rest in taxonomic order: Red-breasted Merganser 4, Yellow-crowned Night-Heron 1, Roseate Spoonbill 1, Limpkin 5, Spotted Sandpiper 1, Laughing Gull 1, Winter Wren 1, Northern Parula 1, Wilson’s Warbler 1, Yellow-breasted Chat 2, Le Conte’s Sparrow 6, Lincoln’s Sparrow 6, Summer Tanager 4, Indigo Bunting 2, Painted Bunting 1.