Far out in the bay, it was rush hour traffic on a Saturday morning. Lots of boat activity on this beautiful morning.
I found another great blue heron/ great egret hybrid at the small beach near downtown St. Pete.
After a quick walk around North Shore park, I was heading back to my car and saw the above flying into the trees in the parking lot.
All of a sudden, the tree was full of nanday parakeets. Even at the end of summer, they were in pairs and flirting. Maybe they are like humans and flirt all year round instead of just nesting season. Although due to the warm weather most of the year here, nesting season could still be going on. This couple was very affectionate.
The next tree over had monk parakeets in them. This one kept chewing on a branch.
Then his mate flew in and they started preening each other.
There were so many parakeets here on this particular morning that the sound was deafening. The wild parakeets in the area have really taken over. They are very comical to watch and are not skittish at all.