Walking out on the trail at Circle B Bar Reserve, the fog was just starting to lift.
On the other side of the marsh, the sun was trying to break through.
Great blue herons in the fog.
A few critters along the trail. That big one always sleeps in that same spot across the ditch.
Lots of the usual birds along the trail.
A bright red flash of fall in the moss. It usually starts to look like fall around here in January.
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It’s always fun to watch the wild parakeets eating high up in the trees. They are so loud that it’s easy to spot them.
Lots of the usual birds at my walk at the Florida Botanical Gardens.
Across the pond, an osprey flies by with a snack.
Just a few plants at the gardens in early October.
Wednesday Around The World
Visiting my titmouse friends at Chesnut Park.
Saw several yellow throated warblers including one that landed on the boardwalk.
A young northern parula.
Black capped chickadees are common here during migration.
The usual birds were out on the dock, a limpkin and green heron.
Birds at Chesnut Park in September.
Wednesday Around the World.
Taken through the bedroom window, I caught this little blue heron eating worms.
Out on our dock, this green heron was creeping around the channel at low tide.
Some type of moth on our wall.
I saw this guy through the kitchen window when was cleaning up one afternoon. I grabbed my camera and quietly went out to the back to snap this. I hadn’t seen a black racer in a while. It was a tiny one. Good for eating bugs and mosquitoes.
A glossy ibis showing off his colors in the sun.
The usual birds along the trail.
Nothing new on my trip to Circle B Bar Reserve in late April. Just a long beautiful walk on a Saturday morning before the heat sets in.
Female belted kingfisher (Males do not have the brown stripe across the chest).
Female red bellied woodpecker (Males have full red on his head).
Male common yellowthroat (Female does not have the black mask).
Crazy green heron.
Female ruby throated hummingbird (Males have a bright red stripe across the chin).
A very young white crowned sparrow (a fairly rare one here).
A young red shoulder hawk (very common around here).
All taken on a recent visit to Circle B Bar Reserve.
A lone sleepy spoonbill along the walking path.
Crazy parrots high up in the trees.
A pelican and anhinga getting ready for bed.
A green heron trying to grab one last bite before dark.
Not sure if these turtles had been napping all day or if they just climbed up to sleep for the night. There’s a fun little floating pad for them to sleep on.
This guy was relaxing.
Clouds rolling in before the sun going down. A quick walk before dark at the office park near my work right before the time change. No more walks after work until late March.