Here is a photo of the Scissor-tailed taken by Donna Salko. It was not refound this afternoon.
On 7/11/2018 10:57 AM, Stan DeOrsey wrote: > A juvenile Scissor-tailed Flycatcher was seen and photographed around > 8:30 this morning (7/11) at the Fitzgerald Preserve off the Old Bath > Rd. in Brunswick. Photos should be on ebird later today. It was seen > by 12 people. > > Enter the preserve on Lindbergh Landing (Crossing) road 1.3 miles from > the traffic light at Lowes beyond Cooks Corner. Walk past the gate > until the fields open and take the first trail (gravel sandy path) to > the right, then the next path to the left which goes away from the > tree line. The bird was flying from tree to tree in this area often > landing near the ground on small "dead" trees. It should also be seen > from the "main" paved path straight into the middle of the preserve. > It was observed for about 15 minutes. >