Rod and Gun Club
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I took my Phantom 2 Vision + Drone out for some flying and picture taking. Followed Interstate 41 to Florida 92, which is the south road to Marco Island. Spotted a great location to take-off and land right near the bridge. There was a Osprey nest on a high man made pole off to the side of the bridge. No birds in sight, so I flew the Phantom up to take a look. No eggs or babies in the nest, but two Ospreys came by to check out what I was ...
... are linked by radio so they know where each other is at. Oh you can definitely hear them but you have no idea if they are beside you, in front or behind. So, we sat and waited for two boats to emerge before we began traveling naturally formed channels. Outside of the railway cut channel, all others are natural. We cruised around surrounded by mangroves, the odd palm and other trees.
Harold stopped and showed us what looked like seed pods (long green beans) hanging from ...
... t run into any alligators or panthers though, which was a bonus. Coopertown officially has a population of 8 people, but it's on the side of a major highway so it wasn't the backwater shack that I thought it would be. We'd paid up and were ushered into a room where we got to have our picture taken against a green screen. The idea was we would be super imposed onto a scene of us feeding Chris' (who was celebrating his 31st birthday today) head into a ...
... convinced my mom to join me on the excursion. When the time came we boarded the Air Boat and sat in the very front row. Along with great views of the wildlife, and scenic Everglades came water splashing and plenty of hair messily blowing in the wind. The ear plugs muted the sound of the whirring fan and motor of the Air Boat as we were exploring the Everglades. We glided across the water to different destinations to ...
... American crocodile was hunted to near extinction and even today remains on the 'threatened' list which means the reptile is protected from illegal harassing, poaching or killing. Since a lot of Billy Bobs with more guns than teeth can't tell one dinosaur-like reptile from another, the protection of the crocodile has resulted in a population boom for the star attraction of the Glades- the American Alligator. On the endangered species list in 1972,there ...