A mostly white bird post.

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Snowy egrets in the wind.

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Fishing in knee deep water.

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Snowy egrets ignoring the great egret that showed up.

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White ibis with a dirty beak.

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A reddish egret that is all white ( white morph version). Not common but there has been one hanging around Fort Desoto for a while now.

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He’s got a pretty face.

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Looking for fish.

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Another cormorant with a hook in his beak. There was a guy at the pier that was going to try to catch him but the cormorant was still flying pretty well.

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A white and brown bird, the osprey was guarding the nest on top of the old tower near the fishing pier.

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 I saw the above lying on the beach.  The red really stood out on the sand.

A few things I saw on a Saturday morning walk at Fort Desoto Park.

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Flowers at the Largo Botanical Gardens

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You don’t notice all of the spider webs until you zoom up close.

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Pretty in pink.

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Raindrops? No, just the sprinklers.

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Everything was wet early that morning.

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Looks like a firecracker flower. A tree was full of these. Any ID? Hey, where did that bee come from?

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Yellow and pink.

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Not sure what this is.

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These were in the pond.

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The rose garden was in full bloom in late June even though some were starting to look a little crispy. The rainy season hadn’t started yet.

Just a few bright colors to brighten up your day!

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