Birding on Bailey Island

Cooper’s Hawk

Bailey Island is at the end of a 15 mile long finger of land that sticks out into the Atlantic Ocean . . . and provides for interesting birding and stormy weather.

Highlights: A Cooper Hawk and a Palm Warbler

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    As the calendar changed to 2018, like a many a real Big Year birder, I took a deep breath, relished the freedom of not being a slave to the list, grabbed my binoculars, and just went birding!

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