•April 15, 2014 • 2 Comments
This was taken a bout a week ago at Starkey Park. His name is Franklin and he is a resident of the McGough Nature Center in Largo, Fla. Due to a permanent injured wing he can no longer be in the wild.
•April 1, 2014 • 2 Comments
Took this just a few days ago on the side of a local road. The young chick could not have been more than a week old.
•March 25, 2014 • 2 Comments
Some times you have to get at eye level to get the good shot!
•March 19, 2014 • Leave a Comment
Female Wood Storks generally lay 3 to 5 eggs a breeding season. If two eggs survive it is considered successful. Both male and females take turns with the incubation. This was taken at a nearby Rookery filled with Wood Storks and Egrets.
•March 15, 2014 • Leave a Comment
Male and Female Woodstorks have their nest all set up and are getting into a romantic mood. It is that time of the year.
•March 10, 2014 • 2 Comments
Pronghorn’s are native to the western and central interior parts of North America. They are among the fastest of animals, building up to speeds of more than 53 miles an hour. Average age is 11 years and they stand about three feet tall. There is a subspieces known as the Sonoran Pronghorn, though endangered, they can be found in the Sonoran Desert in Arizona and in Sonora in Mexico. This photo was taken in Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming.