Tag Archives: fishing pier
The black bellied plovers are really pretty in the summer. And so are the ruddy turnstones. The sanderlings are also sporting their summer colors. Grumpy snowy egret. Sleepy cormorant. At the fishing pier at Fort Desoto.
There were not many birds on the beach near the pier. A few laughing gulls and this lone black bellied plover. Looks like this is a couple of laughing gulls flirting. The rare hybrid great blue heron/great egret made an … Continue reading
Yes, I cut off his wings. Who cares anyway, the sandwich tern has a fish. The hybrid great egret/great blue heron has been hanging around the pier for a while now. This guy was scurrying across the pier with his … Continue reading
Typical Florida sight. A great blue heron and a snowy egret on the light post. Panting in the heat. Hovering over the water. Looking for a fish. The young osprey have been hanging around the fishing pier this summer. Giving me … Continue reading
The usual stuff at the Fort Desoto fishing pier. Dolphins swimming by. Egrets stealing bait fish. A kid getting exciting over touching a fish for the first time. The young osprey are now eating their meals on the light posts … Continue reading
I finally finished going through all of my sunset pictures from Christmas day at Fort Desoto. I took my sister there to see the sunset after our afternoon of eating and watching movies. It was a beautiful night at the … Continue reading
I caught this kestrel flying over my head. He flew over to the top of a pine tree. Then a frigatebird flew close to the pier. A juvenile hawk. He let me get pretty close. The young reddish egret is … Continue reading
s Another beautiful day at Fort Desoto!
Sandwich terns completely ignoring me. “Hey guys look over here.” Junior on the left is yelling at Mom to go get some fish. Here is where you can find some bait fish. A net that hasn’t been completely emptied yet. … Continue reading