Category Archives: bird photography
Two grumpy night herons on our dock in the rain. Taken from the bedroom window, this young blue heron would not turn around. We’ve had a lot of house sparrows hanging around our backyard lately. Rainbow in the front … Continue reading
Muscovy ducks have taken over my neighborhood. When I go out for an after dinner walk on Sundays I see ducks everywhere. Some of them come running up to me to see if I have food for them. Almost every … Continue reading
Lots of the usual birds at Lettuce Lake Park in late July. The first shot is a very young parula and the 2nd is a shot of the young parula being fed by the parent. The last shot is of … Continue reading
Willet, laughing gull, oystercatcher, young blue heron and cormorants can all be found along the water at Davis Islands, a small island next to downtown Tampa. Loggerhead shrikes are most prevalent there. They were in the bushes next to the … Continue reading
I think this woodpecker was working on a nest. Flowers and bugs at the Botanical Gardens in Largo, Florida in July.
Not many birds around in late July so I focused on the little critters.
More pictures from my short time with a muscovy duck family in my neighborhood. I took so many pictures. I couldn’t help it, they were so cute. It was funny to watch them trying to get back on the grass … Continue reading
Carolina wrens were singing all over the park. My favorite little titmouses. Chickadee checking me out. A juvenile little blue heron looking for gators! There was one close by. Fall in the summer. Someone had been feeding the squirrels right … Continue reading
After climbing 3 stories to the top of the observation tower at Lettuce Lake, I look over at the pine tree to the left of the tower and this guy was staring right at me. He’s looking at me like … Continue reading