This Gray Catbird was hanging out in the open (not usual) near the end of the 11 mile (17.7 km) driving trail known as Black Point Drive.
This was my daughter about 14 years ago while on a hike. Kaela was crossing the bridge and her rosy cheeks were a telltale sign as to it being cold
A couple of weeks ago, Frank & I travelled to the St. Marks Wildlife Refuge near Tallahassee, Florida where we spent 9 hours birding.
The different colors almost look like autumn. This is the best example of fall colors I can get in Florida.
All of us are going to have a different variety for this week so I can’t wait to see what everyone else is seeing from their window, front porch, back patio area or wherever you enjoy the likes of our feathered friends near and around your home.
This large piece of driftwood was found on the beach a couple of weeks ago. I have to wonder what woodpecker pecked all these holes. It was too large to move so I straddled it to get a shot. I’m sure this old tree could tell some stories!
Owls are nocturnal meaning they are mostly active at night. There are two species that are truly diurnal (meaning they are active both day and night). They are the Northern Hawk Owl and the Northern Pygmy Owl.
Pine Tree tops stand straight(ish) in the Merritt Island Wildlife Refuge at dusk as the sun was setting. We were on Scrub Jay Trail looking for the Florida Scrub Jay. Frank saw one peak out of the palmettos and we heard them calling all… Continue Reading “SQUARE TOPS – Tree Tops”