Tag: Blue-gray Gnatcatcher

Blue-gray Gnatcatchers

Yesterday, I discovered a nest of blue-gray gnatcatchers. I have been hearing the squeaky sounds of blue-gray gnatcatchers a lot lately but they are hard to see. They are tiny birds that flit among the leafy branches looking for insects. I saw an adult… Continue Reading “Blue-gray Gnatcatchers”

Fifty Baby Alligators

I went to the Guana-Tolomato-Matanzas National Estuarine Research Reserve (GTM) today to continue taking photographs for the North American Nature Photography Association bioblitz. I found about 50 baby alligators. Baby alligators are adorable. When they are young, they have yellow markings. These little alligators… Continue Reading “Fifty Baby Alligators”

A Few Stay at Home Pictures

Next Stop

November 24, 2018 While Regis did most of the packing for the short camping trip we are leaving on tomorrow, I went birding.  It was a great deal for me. We are headed to see the St. Mark’s Wildlife Refuge.  We should be able… Continue Reading “Next Stop”