Fun things at Circle B Bar Reserve

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Fly on a sign. Notice the hair on his bottom.

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Berries waiting to be eaten.

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This blue-gray gnatcatcher was posing for me.

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They don’t have any bright colors but their personality makes up for it.

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The number of limpkins at the reserve seem lower than in the past. I only saw a few on this visit.

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Yummy breakfast.

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 I’ve been seeing a lot of pileated woodpeckers lately.

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Anhinga posing in front of the yellow flowers.

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A great blue heron prancing down the trail.

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The black bellied whistlers didn’t seem to mind the glossy ibis getting so close.

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In a huddle.

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Hiding in the yellow flowers.

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The usual alligator close to the trail.

The first week in December was perfect. Cool sunny days. I had to get out for yet another long walk at Circle B Bar Reserve.

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7 thoughts on “Fun things at Circle B Bar Reserve

  1. beautiful, beautiful close ups dina, I am especially fond of the Pileated Woodpecker as that is a friend we see around here from time to time. Thanks as always for sharing with I Heart Macro:-)

  2. I love the close-up of the Pileated woodpecker, I have them in my yard. The birds are great, I like the tiny ring of white feathers around the gnatcatcher’s eye, and the plumage like a costume of the black-bellied whistlers, with their mohawk haircuts.

  3. Amazing macros and close-ups! Wow! I love the gnatcatcher’s “eyelashes.” And it almost looks like that alligator has eyelashes too, only probably of a more scaly kind.

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