My once a year walk around Kapok Park

I had not been to Kapok Park in over a year.  Not much had changed at this tiny park in the middle of a neighborhood. There wasn’t many birds there.  Every once in a while something fairly rare turns up here but not in a while.  Just a bunch of herons there on my visit (Little blue, great blue and night).

The small lake is full of turtles and they always hang out at the boardwalk since people feed them.

I rarely see alligators there but they ARE there.  Any lake in central Florida is going to have a gator hiding somewhere.

Tiny lizard I saw through the boardwalk.

Pretty plants near the lake.

Yes, these dogs are supposed to be on leashes but they were having so much fun and no one else was around early that morning. I wanted to run and play with them.

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8 Responses to My once a year walk around Kapok Park

  1. Carol says:

    Your photos are always amazing. I feel like I can touch the turtle.

  2. Gordon says:

    Some great shots again, I like all the heron shots, and that turkle looks like its wearing camoflage.
    All the best Gordon.

  3. xhobdo says:

    Awesome photos.

  4. Molly says:

    Love how the turtles seems to have slipped on some camouflage

    Mollyx

  5. These are wonderful!

  6. Lea says:

    Beautiful photos!
    You should go there more often

  7. Bravo, très belle série 😉
    Céline & Philippe

  8. Marie-OR says:

    Really wonderful photos! What a great walk it must be…only once a year?

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