It was mid-September and I headed out for a quick walk around Roosevelt Wetlands. I didn’t expect to find too much since fall migration was still just a trickle but anything is possible this time of year. The wetlands was packed with dragonflies.
A female red-winged blackbird isn’t very exciting but she posed so nicely for me that I had to take a shot.
The same with this female anhinga, sitting high up in a tree.
I was starting to see palm warblers. That’s a sure sign winter is coming.
I was surprised to see black bellied whistling ducks here. There was an adult with three juveniles. I wonder if they grew up here or just stopped over on their way somewhere else.
“Make room for me” said the great egret to the moorhens. They scooted out of his way.
It was a quiet morning and the only sign of fall was the single palm warlber. It was still a little early for migration though.