First to catch our attention were the many Anhingas:
Cormorants and Brown Pelicans are seen behind this Anhinga.
Males, females, and immature Anhingas posed all around us.
The blue eyes and bright yellow bill indicate mating season.
Next to get our attention were the Wood Storks.
Not as many Wood Storks as the last time we were here,
but they were busy feeding and flying about:
This trail is not just for people,
And now for the Great Blue Herons:
Video of Great Blue Heron on the Move:
One more Hungry Heron:
If the Wood Stork can use the trail, so can we.
But most of the Blue Herons were going by air.
And now for the Great White Heron:
We saw the Great White Heron eating breakfast.
And then the heron flew away:
Other birds we saw:
Cormorants and More
Pair of Tri-colored Herons
Immature Night Heron
Little Blue Heron
Eagle from A Distant
The Alligators were swimming in two of the ponds:
Back to the house for a lunch of sandwiches and then to the beach for the afternoon. Dinner tonight at the Pollack's Diner. I prepared Orange Roasted Salmon served with Couscous and Green salad.