Photographed Sequence of Events

In the natural world, there are regular animal behaviors that occur, for example a small bird harassing a larger bird. In this journal entry I will attempt to outline those behaviors that likely occur in Florida, that I am aware of, that interest me, and also encourage myself to seek out those I am not familiar with. This journal entry will allow me to take an inventory of what I have photographed and have already uploaded as an observation, along with those I aspire to capture. Parentheses around the Class of animal indicates I have at least one posted observation of this behavior.

Amphibian.....Frog catching prey with its tongue

(Bird)…………...Anting
(Bird)…...……...Bird chasing down another to steal its prey
Bird.........……...Loggerhead Shrike impaling Prey on a spike
Bird...................Northern Mockingbird hunting on the ground and lifting wings
Bird...…………...Nighthawk doing a steep dive
Bird...….........….Osprey catching a Fish from the water
Bird...……………Peregrine Falcons migration stop in the Keys
(Bird)...…...…...Short Tailed Hawk diving for Prey
Bird...…....……..small Bird harassing a larger one

Fish...……………."Mullet Run" - mass migration of Mullet
(Fish)...……..….Shark temporarily beaching itself while pursuing prey

(Insect)....…….Butterfly Puddling
(Insect)………..Floating Fire Ant Mound
(Insect)………..Lubber Grasshopper swarm
Insect...….…….Monarchs migrating

(Mammal)…..Dolphin jumping from the water

Reptile...………Alligator bellowing and vibrating
Reptile...……...Alligator thrusting itself from the water to capture a Bird on a branch
Reptile......……Lizard catching Prey with its tongue
(Reptile)...…...Lizard changing from one color to another
(Reptile)...…...Rattlesnake shaking its rattle
Reptile...……...Sea Turtle juveniles hatching and moving to the ocean
Reptile...……...Sea Turtle laying eggs on the beach

Posted by arthur-windsor arthur-windsor, March 28, 2020 14:34

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