Nature Walks – Green Cay & Wakodahatchee Wetlands – March 2019
It’s March and it’s nesting time for many of the wading birds in SE Florida. Above is a shot of a posturing male Great Egret in breeding plumage and colors.
It was a cool day; most people had sweaters or even coats on, except me. I relish the coolness… upper 50’s, I think. And the sunshine was brilliant making shooting challenging in the low angled sun.
Male Angina drying off after a swim.
Double-crested Cormorant. Notice the difference between the bills of the two swimming birds, Angina (above) and the Cormorant.
The shy Limpkin
Black-bottomed Whistling Duck
Green Heron in silhouette.
These photos are from two separate outings. I did finally see an alligator at Wakodahatchee this morning, cruising from under the boardwalk.
Hope you enjoy the photos!
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