Tag: alligator

Cedar Waxwings and Other Gifts of the Day

Regis and I like to explore the wildlife happenings along our 3/4 mile street. You never know what you are going to find. Regis focused on alligators today. I was fortunate enough to see about 100 cedar waxwings perched in a tree. They are… Continue Reading “Cedar Waxwings and Other Gifts of the Day”

GTM Reserve

Regis and I went to the Guana-Tolomato-Matanzas National Estuarine Research Reserve today. It is one of our favorite places. The three names (Guana, Tolomato, Matanzas) are the three rivers within the reserve. It is one of 29 national estuarine research reserves in the country.… Continue Reading “GTM Reserve”

Fisheating Creek

We recently went to southwest Florida to see the Swallow-tailed Kite migration to South America. We understood that the Kites are in the Fisheating Creek area around July 23 and 24. We had no idea where to look. We arrived on the 22nd and… Continue Reading “Fisheating Creek”

More Pictures from the Silver River

We had a great time kayaking the Silver River and had more to share than we could in the last post. In this post, I want to share some of the pictures of other wildlife we saw. My favorite experience on the trip was… Continue Reading “More Pictures from the Silver River”

Baby Alligators

I went looking for baby alligators today at the GTM Reserve and I was successful. I also think I found their mom. She was keeping an eye on me. I saw an armadillo on the way to the car. I was enjoying some flowers… Continue Reading “Baby Alligators”

Alligators

By Linda I’ve been running around enjoying the Florida environment, but not bringing my camera for some of these excursions. I’ve been using my new cell phone to capture a few of the moments. I volunteer in a bunch of capacities and I’m trying… Continue Reading “Alligators”

St. Augustine

By Linda I think I might have a problem sitting still too long, so we recently put our house up for sale.  We plan to travel in the motor home and ultimately settle somewhere in Washington State.  Our son lives there and we’d like… Continue Reading “St. Augustine”

How to Know When the Gray Tanks are Full

If you have been following our posts, you may recall me whining about how the gauges on the gray and black tanks don’t always work.  Therefore, you never know when they are full.  Regis tells me that I will know when the gray tank… Continue Reading “How to Know When the Gray Tanks are Full”