Attention bird watchers and ornithologists: Fisheating Creek is a popular stopover for the Swallow-tailed Kite as it migrates along the eastern seaboard of the US to South America for the winter. This strikingly marked raptor has a white head and body and black wings and tail. They average 2 to 26 inches in length, with a wingspan of 4.3 feet. Kites are unusual in that they frequently eat on the run (wing?) as they snatch insects out of the air or lizards off the top of trees and keep on flying. Call us at 863-675-5999 for the best time to come out and see the Kites.