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Hidden behind some trees

Hiding behind trees at a very busy intersection in the Tampa Bay area is Possum Branch Preserve. There’s only a tiny sign on the fence and no real parking. 56 more words

Bird Photography

Little Sweeties

Palm Warblers, Eastern Bluebirds, and a lone Tufted Titmouse were spotted in the past week here in my neighborhood.  One of the Palm Warblers was seen below ornamental grass at  Paradise Park in The Villages, FL.   50 more words


They all look alike

This one looks like a female common yellowthroat. Although, it also looks like a female hooded warbler.

The above two looks more like a female hooded warbler. 106 more words

Bird Photography



Spring has sprung
Fall has fell
Winter’s here and it’s
Hot as ever

A couple of recent bird encounters. The Palm Warbler is in non-breeding molt and was a bit of a tough ID for me. 28 more words

Galveston Birds

2birdfeature #11: Fog/bog

If you’re wondering what effect heavy morning fog has on a photograph, I can show you numerous examples. Take today’s two birds, for instance. I photographed them around 6 AM from the middle of a bog in St. 410 more words

Bird Watch

Tail-wagging Migrant

A Palm Warbler (Setophaga palmarum) hops around on the ground going after insects near the shore of Lake Apopka. If I see a Warbler during winter in Florida it is most likely this one, who seems to have adapted to a wide range of habitats during its seasonal stay.