The one that got away. I was walking down the back trail at Chinsegut Wildlife area and I hear a noise in the woods. Several deer were cutting across the trail way ahead of me and I just caught this buck peeking back at me before he took off into the woods.
I love coming here and seeing all of the red headed woodpeckers. They are everywhere here. And, this spring I AM going to get back up here to look for some woodpecker nests.
Another amazing thing about this place is that I was standing in one spot on the trail near the nature center and saw 4 different species of woodpeckers. Without moving I was able to get pictures of red heads and then I saw a downy, a red bellied and then a pileated. They were all hanging around the same area at the same time.
Of course I saw tons of pine warblers.
I did see an indigo bunting (either a female or immature male) at the feeder at the nature center.
My first common garter snake sighting. They are harmless and he was warming up in the sunny spot in the grass. I quickly shot this and kept going.
It was starting to look like fall in late December.
That deer is magnificent! #MCOW
Beautiful nature photos. The image of the buck is a flash shot!
amazing nature photos #ourworldtuesday
Hello,:=) Splendid nature photography. It’s amazing that you saw so many Woodpeckers, and you caught the natural beauty of the forest perfectly.
That’s really a great place to visit.
Four woodpecker species without moving! That’s a good day in my book.
A December snake. Ain’t Florida great?
The pileated woodpeckers are so amusing. Love the backdrop in the first warbler photo.
It reminds me of beautiful wallpaper.