Newsletter - Issue 59
Seasons Greetings to all our wonderful Nikon's BATV fans. Its been a busy year. And we look forward to an even busier year next year as we enter Season 5.
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Key West Quail-dove
Key West Quail-dove
This retiring species used to breed in the Florida Keys and is now a rarity in the USA. After an absence of records for 15 years, recent sightings of multiple birds on Long Key suggest that it may be breeding again.
Desert Tawny Owl
California Condor California Condor
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Island Scrub Jay Island Scrub Jay
The Island Scrub-Jay is one of the species native to North America and is endemic to Santa Cruz Island off the coast of Southern California.
Yellow Billed Magpie Yellow Billed Magpie
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Black-crowned Antpitta Black-crowned Antpitta
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Stripe Cheeked Woodpecker Stripe Cheeked Woodpecker
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