High up in a tree, a young red shoulder hawk has the best view.
An osprey in a tree right over the trail was trying to eat his fish in peace but there was a steady stream of people walking by and he stopped to yell at each one.
Wood storks cruise by as I headed down the trail at Circle B Bar Reserve in early May.
A typical Florida shot of a great blue heron.
Herons were everywhere and constantly cruising by. The one in the second shot flew way to close. I almost cut him off.
Dragonflies were everywhere as it was getting warmer.
Another typical Florida shot.
This plant was growing all across the marsh. I think this is water hemlock.
Moss covered oak trees lead the way back to the car. This was my last trip to Circle B until the weather cools off. It’s way to hot to be out here without a breeze. Both of the main trails are closed for the summer due to the alligators nesting on the trails so I’ll wait until the fall when the winter birds start to arrive again.