Typical things on a Florida trail.

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A typical Florida swamp scene (cattle egret looking at a great egret).

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A limpkin posing in the moss.

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A Carolina wren stops by.

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A cormorant flapping his wings.

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Another limpkin in the moss. Looks like he was grabbing moss for his nest.

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This guy was just cruising down the trail, not caring that he was heading right for me. He kept getting closer and I finally got up and moved back (was sitting on the trail to take his picture). I don’t want this guy to get too close.  They are cute but still creepy.

All from Circle B Bar Reserve in early February.

Our World Tuesday Graphicimage-in-ing

8 thoughts on “Typical things on a Florida trail.

  1. Thank you for sharing your outing with us Dina. Racoons are not a creature we have in Australia, and, having been blessed with an “up close and personal” meeting with several while on house exchange in British Columbia a couple of years ago, I do find these “masked bandits” so cute!

  2. Raccoons are very interesting creatures to photograph, but you’re right, you never know how they will react when surprised. Nice set of images.

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