Nature Walks – Loxadahatchee, 6 November 2017

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Nature Walks, Loxadahatchee, 6 November 2017

The sun was up and shining before I was today, thanks to the return to Standard Time over the weekend.  I got myself out of the house and dove into the busy commute traffic to get to this large wildlife preserve, located between Boynton Beach Blvd and Atlantic Blvd., off of SR 7/441.

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The marshes were quiet when I first arrived.  Few birds were in sight, so I turned my attention on some of the marsh flowers.  Then I kept seeing the demure Limpkins everywhere.  They’re a large, mostly brown-colored wading bird that often blends in completely with the marsh fauna.  Yet, today, I met several Limpkins walking down one of the grassy lanes of the preserve.  There were also the usual marsh hens, some Great and Little Blue Herons, Egrets and smaller songbirds.  I did spy out one alligator resting in one of…

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Author: dreamweaver333

I love to listen to the whispering of spirit.

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