It was overcast and cool (for Florida). On my last trip to the Park, I found an area West of the boat launch that flows into the river. It had a variety of birds, and I was hoping to see more Spoonbills.
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Myakka River State Park is one of Florida's largest, oldest, and most diverse natural areas. It flows through 58 square miles of wetlands, prairies, and pinelands.
Fall is a beautiful time of the year. The Sandhill Cranes gather for their annual migration to warmer weather.
It's been scorching here the last few days, and we got a nice shower last night. While eating breakfast, I watched this Northern Cardinal enjoy the wet tree leaves.
I've been working on setting up some bird feeders in a small tree just outside my office. I took the screen out of the window, giving me a perfect view to capture birds.
I spotted this Sandhill Crane over a month ago sitting on a nest in a small wetland area near our house. It's my first time seeing Cranes on a nest.