The yellow flowers were blooming again. From across the lake, I could see the alligator swimming around.
I’m not sure what was going on with these 2. The great egret let the alligator get pretty close. The alligator looked like he was ready to take a bite. He finally slid back down under the water and left the egret alone.
I caught this great blue heron with a fish in the bushes along the lake.
It looks like all of the alligators were trying to blend in.
A fun morning walk at Circle B Bar Reserve.
Thanks for the photos I’m willing to bet that is a mother alligator and has hatching babies somewhere I know at least great blue herons will take very small ones.
That gator would scare the you-know-what out of me!
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A bit of a ‘which is it worse to be?’ situation – a reckless egret or a fish.
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Wow those alligators. The most we get here is a 3 inch lizard!
Fascinating, exciting shots! Loved seeing the drama!