A wren hiding in the bushes. I think this is either a house or marsh wren.
Several limpkins were eating along the trail.
So many limpkins have grown up right on the trail. They are not easily frightened. In the first picture, I saw this big group of school kids heading down the trail and I didn’t think the limpkin was going to move. He didn’t. He just stood there like “You guys are in my way.” The kids eventually went around him one by one.
A snowy egret and cormorant hanging around the dock.
There were so many phoebes there. There was a constant echo of their call.
All from my recent trip to Circle B Bar Reserve in central Florida.
Grand photos, as always!
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A wonderful series of shots Dina. (While admitting to possessing a sense of adventure, when that last shot came into view I quickly realised there are limits!! 🙂 )
I love the story (and photos) of that nonchalant limpkin, Dina.
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A great series of photos. Unbelievable how many things that Limpkin has stuffed into its beak. The last photo is a bit too close for my comfort!!
Beautiful, as always!
Beautiful assortment of birds! Love that last shot. I certainly wouldn’t want to get any closer either.