On Saturday, December 20, a group of eighteen people met at the crack of dawn at the “Y”, one of the entrances to the National Park near Hole in the Wall, to perform the annual bird count for the Audubon Society. As they stood, exchanging greetings, a few Bahama Swallows flew over, favoring one of the BTC Towers as a perch.
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A flock of Purple Martins and an Empidonax Flycatcher were only two of the exciting bird species observed during the first-of-the-season South Abaco birdwatching outing. They were among an impressive number of species sighted that day.