Wild and frisky

The wild cattle egrets at Gatorland had come in to the mangrove bushes along the alligator exhibit to nest. They were sporting their breeding bright colors around their face and beaks. They were busy flirting and chasing each other and were very comical to watch.

Many were bringing sticks back to the nest that they had secured.

This couple had been flirting all morning.

This couple had already built a  nest in the bushes and were ready to get busy. Nesting season was in full swing in mid-April when I spent the morning at the park in Orlando.

I just recently noticed this sign that was posted at the entrance to the bird rookery.

Photographing New Zealand

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