Dina's City Wildlife Adventures
Butterfly on a buttonbush.
Above are shots of a really big wasp eating some kind of moth. Very weird.
A lizard showing off.
Watching a squirrel grooming. 28 more words
1 month ago
This phoebe was too friendly not to stop and take his picture.
A juvenile little blue heron sees something in the water.
A limpkin was close to the boardwalk. 66 more words
9 months, 1 week ago
Is it fall yet?
Weird things hanging off the fir tree.
End of summer.
Extremely cropped. A bee eating a dragonfly or the other way around? 43 more words
10 months, 4 weeks ago
I love to hike with my family out of state. Its fun to look for other animals, and to see other landscape than what we have at home. 252 more words
1 year, 1 month ago
The first thing I saw when I got to the boardwalk was a swallow-tail kite flying by. I heard they were nesting across the lake. I would need a canoe to even get remotely close. 161 more words
Steve Upton Photography
The mid-afternoon departure from Fort De Soto Park turned out to be a good move as I was able to avoid the majority of the Friday rush hour mess on the way to my sister’s place in north Tampa. 427 more words
1 year, 4 months ago
What little sign of fall I could find. Almost dead weeds.
The park was covered in beauty berries. With so many berries you would think there would be a lot of birds around to eat them but no. 182 more words
1 year, 9 months ago