So many beautiful sights to see

I just love living so close to our wetland preserves and sanctuaries. So many miracles of creation – every outing is a joy~!

Roseate Spoonbill in the early evening

Roseate Spoonbill takes a stroll in the early evening.

Ahhh.....I love the muck at this time of year.

Ahhh…..I love the muck at this time of year.

Juvenile Yellow-crowned Night Heron

Juvenile Yellow-crowned Night Heron trying to hide in the Cypress trees.

Snowy Egrets always look so graceful, don't they?

Snowy Egrets always look so graceful, don’t they?

The sparkling eye of a Cormorant

The sparkling eye of a Cormorant looks like a jewel in the evening light.

Young Iguana wondering where to go now~?

Young Iguana at the edge of the boardwalk, looking down at the water, wondering, “Uh-oh, where do I go now~?”

Least Tern:

Indignant Least Tern lets off a little steam ;-D

Splotches of red Swamp Hibiscus always stand out in the marshes.

Splotches of red Swamp Hibiscus always stand out in the marshes.

18 thoughts on “So many beautiful sights to see

  1. Very nice. I really enjoyed the “tour” of your wetland wonder world and having the opportunity to experience the biodiversity of a wetland ecosystem so different from my daily routine.

    • I appreciate your visit and your comments, Nick. That’s one of the terrific things about blogging, isn’t it – to get to know a bit about a whole other part of the natural world from our fellow blogger’s points of view?!

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