standing in grass by road
Third photo shown fertile (left)and and much broader infertile (right) leaves side by side
Four poults at roadside along Center Road.
4 individuals, 2 adult, 2 young. Youngsters are almost full grown now! Difficult to tell them apart from the adults except that the adults are still protecting them. I got too close while walking to my car, one did a divebomb and the other adult did a wing drag.
FOY, noted in the low scrub trees on the edge of the swamp forest.
Single individual notes scavenging in the grass.
Two adult individuals and two young. So cute!!!! One adult does wounded ploy when I pass in a golf cart.
Resident pair near the pond, typically feed in shelter house parking lot in afternoons. Do not appear to have a nest. Vocalizations of "hink" and "honk" suggest male and female.
Many individuals, as every day. Posting as I saw a particularly striking tawny individual that I assume was a yearling.