A sandpiper hunts through washed-up seaweed
A small bird found hunting on the beach
The dried body of an ocean sponge or coral that had washed up on the beach at John U Lloyd State Park
A bird hunting on the beach at John U Lloyd State Park
Feral Muscovy were all over this cemetery.
I observed this in Ft Lauderdale, Florida. At first I thought it was a Cuban Tree Frog (invasive species). I'm not so sure now of the ID.
July 15 while enjoying a walk on Hollywood Beach, FL XplorMor saw Royal Terns.
Established population in Dania Beach, Florida
Black-throated Blue Warbler, Setophaga caerulescens (Gmelin, 1789). Male. Evergreen Cemetery, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. USA. Photo by David L. Govoni ©2012
A skate in the sand off Ft Lauderdale
Red phase N. floridana on the crawl along a canal in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
This moth is a very good mimic of a stinging wasp.
I have been somewhat disappointed to see that brown anoles are ubiquitous in this region of Florida, but I have not seen a single green anole. It's sad to realize that this invasive species has apparently successfully replaced the native species in this region.