The last photo from my Sony A6300 on 12-31-2020 while birding at Huguenot Park in Jacksonville, Florida was the Semipalmated Plover. It was the only plover on the beach from over a 1000 shorebirds. Not sure how I spotted it. Maybe because it was by itself and was smaller than the others.
American Robins have migrated a bit early and left me a present on my windshield. There were hundreds of them in the trees in my backyard. I found the poop in my line of site when I got into my car. Wasn’t that nice of them? This was 12-30-2020. Last pic on my IPhone.
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