Sunday, November 8, 2015

AROUND THE HOUSE

I spent the day at home and picked up some typical critters.  The Firebush is about the only plant in bloom and is still producing nectar. 

Long-tailed Skipper

American Crow


Bald-faced Hornet


Red-shouldered Hawk

Southern Carpenter Bee

Three Cuban Tree Frogs

Bumble Bee 


White Peacock


Zebra Heliconian

Saturday, November 7, 2015

ORLANDO WETLANDS PARK

This park closes on November 15 and reopens February 1.  This was the last time I could go this year.  There is always a wide variety of bird life and today it didn't disappoint.

 Barred Owl

Green Heron

Pair of Bald Eagles

Damselflies mating

Limpkin

Roosting and feeding wading birds


Great Blue Herons

 Belted Kingfisher

Anhinga



Purple Gallinule

 Common Moorhen



Vermillion Flycatcher - a rare bird in Florida

Boat-tailed Grackle

Wednesday, October 14, 2015

MAINE NORTH WOODS - BIRDS

Here are a selection of birds that we saw on the trip.



Ruffed Grouse



 Immature Bald Eagle

 Black-backed Woodpecker


 Spruce Grouse

 Common Raven

 Swainson's Thrush - my guess





Gray Jay

 Black-capped Chickadee

 Dark-eyed Junco

Ruby-crowned Kinglet

Red-breasted Nuthatch

Woodcock