A Last Hurrah Hodgepodge

With the temperatures dipping below bone-chilling, I am missing the warmer weather we had on our trip to Florida, as well as the beauty we were blessed to be surrounded with while at the wetlands. So, I thought I’d do one final post and feature some of the photos that I hadn’t had a chance to share yet – sort of a last hurrah hodgepodge!

Like the previously un-posted ducks, of which there were plenty.

Northern Shoveler
Blue-winged Teal
Hooded Merganser

And birds that were up high…

Pileated Woodpecker
Belted Kingfisher

…and creatures that were down low.

some kind of snake!
A big ole gator
Wild Pig

And birds that were mostly monochrome…

American Coot

…and one that was oh so pretty in pink.

Roseate Spoonbill

It was sad to say our goodbyes…

Tri-colored Heron
Northern Shovelers in flight

…but I have a feeling we will definitely be visiting again.

7 thoughts on “A Last Hurrah Hodgepodge

  1. I love your backyard birds, so it was great to see these fabulous photos of so many Florida friends, Kathy. Good winter to head south! Hope you have a chance to return soon.

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