Tag Archives: baby moorhens

A walk after work

I saw this lone spoonbill at the office park lake near my work. I noticed that his eye looked a little funny and he was banded. It seemed okay, just sleepy. Not sure what these baby mallards were trying to … Continue reading

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Chesnut Park in September

The little titmouse are so cute. They are very curious. The titmouse was watching the yellow throated warbler going by. A very young red bellied woodpecker. He hasn’t got his red feathers on his head yet. A lady cardinal with … Continue reading

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The usual stuff at Chesnut Park.

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

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Almost grown babies at Circle B Bar Reserve

Baby moorhens at different ages.  All born this spring. A juvenile green heron across the marsh. He still had the baby white fuzz on his head and tail. He was unsteady walking around on that branch. Daddy cardinal was feeding … Continue reading

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It’s baby moorhen season

I counted 24 baby moorhens from several different families at the Largo Nature Preserve in mid-May. It’s that time of the year when these crazy looking babies with the big yellow feet are everywhere. They are so funny to watch, … Continue reading

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A little bit of cuteness.

It’s that time of the year. The moorhen babies with the big feet show up everywhere. This family with two babies that were growing up fast where hanging around the edge of the lake with white ibis, ducks and swans. … Continue reading

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It’s alien baby season!

These little babies win the prize for “A face only a mother could love.” They are common moorhens. Most ponds and lakes around the Tampa bay area have them swimming around. I counted 6 different families recently in the lake … Continue reading

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Alien Invasion at the local pond.

It’s time for baby moorhen alien invasion. They are everywhere. There were several families of them at the pond near my work. Mom was keeping an eye on me while I stood on the sidewalk watching her little babies. She … Continue reading

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