Nature Walks – Is it really Autumn?


Anhinga on one of its favorite perches.

Nature Walks – Is it really Autumn?

Okay, chronologically it’s officially autumn, but temperature wise, it’s still summer here in South Florida.  The temperature has eased downward at least five freaking degrees and the humidity is back.  My Yankee genes are stressed by excessive heat and humidity.  So why am I in South Florida?  Long story, which I’m not going to relate just now.  Anyway, I went to Green Cay, again, since Wakodahatchee is closed this week.  Lots of snowbirds showing up, both the two-legged and the feathered varieties.

Here are some more photos:




White Ibis scoping out the fishing opportunities…


Turtle scooting along muddy bottom.


Male Grackles in the midst of a mating ritual. See the shy female to the right? She’s listening and watching with interest.


Tri-colored Heron holding a pose while fishing.


Two turtles enjoying the sunshine.

That’s all for today, folks.  Enjoy your day!


“Sunny” VaCoupe (aka Eliza Ayres)

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2 thoughts on “Nature Walks – Is it really Autumn?

  1. Pingback: Nature Walks – Is it really Autumn? 7 Nov 17 — Blue Dragon Journal | tabletkitabesi

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