Tag: mycteria americana

Black and White Birds in Flight

One of our blog readers requested that I do a post on a different species each day until the St. Augustine Christmas Bird Count on December 19. As I was thinking of which bird to choose today, I saw white pelicans flying overhead. There… Continue Reading “Black and White Birds in Flight”

Sunrise

It has been a couple weeks since we posted. We have had a lot on our plates. Yesterday and this morning were our best photo opportunities. Last evening, we went to the Guana-Tolomato-Matanzas National Estuarine Research Reserve in search of a reddish egret that… Continue Reading “Sunrise”

Last Count

It was the last bird count of the nesting season at the Alligator Farm. There are still eggs that have not hatched yet and young chicks still in the nest, but many of the babies have moved on or are hanging around the Alligator… Continue Reading “Last Count”

Raccoon Clean Up Crew

When we returned from our cross country trip, I immediately set up the bird feeders since I love watching the birds. A few days after I set up the feeders, I noticed that two separate raccoon families were making it a habit to drop… Continue Reading “Raccoon Clean Up Crew”