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We got up at 6am again and left the cottage at 6:30, without breakfast, headed towards the Big Cypress Bend Boardwalk. It was a 10-15 minutes drive and we got there before 7. We wanted to shoot the birds in the glorious early morning light. Unfortunately it was a somewhat overcast and foggy morning and there was hardly glorious sunrise. We were the …
We got up at 6 this morning, with the intention to catch the good morning light at the Corkscrew swamp bird sanctuary for photos. But by the time we had breakfast and left the hotel, the sun has long since come up. We got to the sanctuary around 9. It was way too late to do any decent photography. We stopped on the road once to take photos of a few …
We loaded the car and ready to go before 10am, about an hour later than we expected. Partially because I did another load of laundry. Then Bob and I went to Avis to return our rental car. Ira drove the loaded mini-van and picked us up at Avis. Off we went!
Ira drove on the Tamiami Trail. Our first stop was the Manatee Park. I think I've …
... River Road canal.
Sawgrass prairie borders the north side of the canal and the south side of the road. The prairie stretches for miles and offers habitat for a diversity of wildlife and also hosts a Pine Forest habitat. Along this route, we spot a Purple Gallinule and his close cousin called the Common Moorhen or Gallinule. Kingfishers are amazing flyers and dart back and forth. With luck on my side, I snag amazing pictures of one. This is our Sunday drive ...
... to our boat to then come on board the boat while Oz feeds them something that looks like Twistees chips (for the kiwis reading this blog) or cheese sticks (for the Aussies reading this blog)! The birds look a bit like small Pukeko's (kiwis know what these look like!) See attached pics. From there we do some more zooming along and get to a shallow river and this is where the alligators are! Wow! ...