A Tropical Tent-Web Spider in Stuart, FL. Introduced.
A Willet at Batchtub Beach.
A pair of Ruddy Turnstones at Bathtub Beach.
A Double-crested Cormorant feeding on some sort of catfish in Willoughby Creek.
Large amounts of these right now. Fluttering around flowering Lugustrums and wild Lantanas.
We have a pair of Northern Bobwhites hanging around our yard and pond. They are too skittish to get a photo.
This snake was about three feet long and slithered away through the sunshine mimosa in our front yard.
Florida invasive species
Monarch caterpillar on Sandhill Milkweed
A female Wood Duck with a total of nine chicks in Stuart, FL.
A Gopher Tortoise in Stuart, FL.
A Loggerhead Shrike in Stuart, FL.
Think it's a Great Southern White but would like positive I.D.
This an annual that the hummingbirds, butterflies and bees love. It is growing in sandy well drained soil next ro our house.
Back Beach Seahorse Key
Red Widow Spider seen at the Cedar Key Scrub State Reserve. It's rare to see them out like this. They usually hide down inside the palmetto frond they've used to make their home.