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I headed out to Chesnut Park first and saw the usual critters above before heading to Philippe Park nearby. While waiting for the baby owl to wake up I walked up the small hill that sits on the water. The … Continue reading
A lone female painted bunting was eating at the feeder near the pond. A catbird on St. Frances’s head. Your basic mockingbird shot. There must have been a robin convention going on. They were everywhere at the park. Really cool … Continue reading
I had not been to Kapok Park in over a year. Not much had changed at this tiny park in the middle of a neighborhood. There wasn’t many birds there. Every once in a while something fairly rare turns up … Continue reading
All of the above are missing a wing. They are permanent residents at Homosassa Springs Wildlife Park. A wild vulture stopped by for a handout. Lots of other Florida wildlife there as well. The flamingos were taking a bath or … Continue reading
Fun shots of my recent trip to Lowry Park Zoo in Tampa.
In early December.
A wren hiding in the bushes. I think this is either a house or marsh wren. Cormorant fly-bys. Several limpkins were eating along the trail. So many limpkins have grown up right on the trail. They are not easily frightened. … Continue reading
I saw this little froggie hopping around near the boardwalk. I rarely see them at all in the parks much less see them hop. They usually hide pretty well. Then I realized it was because this guy was heading towards … Continue reading
A very young titmouse. His beak isn’t fully developed and he does not have that touch of peach color on him yet. Baby moorhens were near the dock with Mom. The usual deer near my parking spot in the back … Continue reading