Fort Desoto in mid-May

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Lots of black bellied plovers on the beach.

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Tiny Wilson’s plover.

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Gimpy, one of the resident oystercatchers was watching me as looked for food.

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A pretty red breasted merganser coming up for air.

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I think this is a white eyed vireo but I can’t tell for sure from this shot.

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The only Cape May warbler I saw this spring.

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Mom is all alone now that her kids have gone off to “college”. She’s getting some much-needed rest after raising two hungry owlets.

 

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Crazy wild parrots flying around near the beach.

Some left over shots from a trip to Fort Desoto beach in mid-May.

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7 thoughts on “Fort Desoto in mid-May

  1. Wonderful shots, love how you frame them against the blue. The last in-flight shot it superb! Have a great week!

  2. Great photos – the plovers are so cute, the parrots have such bright colors and the poor mom owl trying to snooze with the breeze blowing her feathers!

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