While we were traipsing around Cumberland Island last month, we found two types of terns. This is a royal tern:
And this is a Forster's tern:
Here's cedar waxwings on palm trees. Kind of funny, for a bird I'm used to seeing in the dead of winter, usually eating holly berries or something similar. There were quite a few waxwings around.
Here's one of the trails in the "Sea Camp" area of the island. Just a little down the trail is an actual campground. As we walked through the campground, we noticed many birds: numerous cedar waxwings, a common yellowthroat, some type of wren, and a very close encounter with what was probably a ruby-crowned kinglet.
The trail marker wasn't upright, but it was still picturesque, earlier hikers had decorated it with shells.