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Raptors of Fort De Soto

Fort De Soto State Park  is becoming one of my  favorite  spots to see wildlife. Ospreys seem to be flying everywhere you look with fish grasped in their talons and  spoonbills are foraging through shallow waters, sweeping their bills from side … Continue reading

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Beautiful Wildlife of Robinson’s Preserve

 Yellow Capped Night Heron Mid Shake Adorable Juvenile Night Heron    Juvenile White Ibis

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Circle B Bar Preserve

Located in Lakeland Florida, Circle B Bar Reserve is among the best birding and wildlife viewing spots I have been to in  Central Florida. The preserve is a  former cattle ranch that today features impressive numbers of ducks (Black-bellied Whistling-, … Continue reading

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Beautiful Great Blue Herons

The Venice Rookery is one of the country’s  best  destinations for Bird Photographers. This bird sanctuary sits quietly amidst the busy strip malls.  During nesting months (usually beginning in December and lasting through May), you can see a vareity of birds cincluding … Continue reading

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Enticing Everglades

Everglades National Park is one of the largest and most well-known of America’s national parks. It covers  1,506,539 acres, it is the third largest national park in the lower 48 states,  only Death Valley and Yellowstone National Parks are bigger. … Continue reading

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Stump Pass Beach Park

I recently discovered this secluded beautiful beach and preserve area in Englewood Florida.  Hiking trails pass through five distinct natural communities and provide homes for many species of wildlife including osprey flying overhead, gopher tortoises, snowy egrets, and great blue … Continue reading

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Fall Foliage Chocorua

The  3,500-foot Mount Chocorua is  one of the most frequently photographed mountains in the world  according to the “AMC White Mountain Guide”. It is certainly beautiful.  On a  clear day and binoculars, you can catch a glimpse of Mount Wachusett, … Continue reading

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Amazing Acadia National Park

About a month ago, I was lucky enough to visit beautiful Acadia National Park.  Here are a few facts about the park: Acadia is the oldest American National Park east of the Mississippi River and the very first where the … Continue reading

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Where Did They Go?

A cloud of mist covered everything and when it lifted they disappeared. That is the tale that is often told to explain the disappearance of the Anasazi Indians from Mesa Verde. The Anasazi built small farming villages that spread across … Continue reading

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Beer Can Island

Recently my new friend Anne Marie took me to Beer Can Island  in Long Boat Key.  Please enjoy some photos of this beautiful beach!  

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