A view of Sanibel shoreline:
Some of the birds we spotted:
And Al on the beach among the trees:
After about an hour of walking the beach we headed to Six Mile Slough.
Note: "The Six Mile Cypress Slough Preserve is over 3,500 acres of wetland ecosystem. The cypress slough catches and slowly filters rainwater on its way towards Estero Bay. A myriad of animals like otters, alligators, turtles, wading birds, and more live at the Slough year-round. "
The weather is almost perfect today and we saw a lot of wildlife on the boardwalk at the slough including snakes, alligators, turtles as well as birds.
The snakes included:
Alligators we saw:
We enjoyed a packed lunch in the picnic spot near the butterfly garden in the parking area.
We then made our next stop at Tanger Outlet Center and purchased some belts, shoes and Polo cologne.