Lots of robins in the trees.
White pelicans were floating around.
Wood duck on a log. He didn’t have a tag on so I’m thinking he’s a wild one that is just hanging out here for the food.
Spoonbill shaking off.
It’s rare to be this close to an osprey. Especially when they are taking a bath. This one was in the big aviary.
This wood stork was missing part of its wing.
Both eagles are missing a wing.
A rare white morph great blue heron was in the main pond. I didn’t see a tag on him. He’s got a beautiful face.
I made my annual winter trip up to Homosassa Springs Wildlife Park in mid-January. It was one of the first cold morning we have had. There was lots of bird activity at the park from injured birds that live there to the wild ones that fly in to visit. I took a ton of pictures so more on those to come.
Your photos are so amazing, these are all such gorgeous creatures.
Such marvelous photos you always take. I’m jealous of your talent!
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Fantastic! Your photos of these wonderful birds are so sharp and clear. I also want to thank you for bringing back lovely memories of a trip we took to this place a couple of years ago. I really loved it there.
I simply must see a Spoonbill one day for real. The next time I visit my daughter in Florida, I will be keenly on the look-out. All of your shares are wonderful as always~
We tried to find eagles along the Skagit River in Washington this week. Most have already moved on.
Great place and great shots! Like how the park is a safe haven for birds who have suffered an injury.
Beautiful! Especially the birds taking a bath!
We are seeing lots of Robins here in MS as they are headed back north