Sunday, November 18, 2012

Birding In Flordia

 
Good morning to all.  The posting is going to be on DesertDale's birds, that we have seen here at our Ocean Pond site.
First one out is a Pileated Woodpecker.  They like tall trees so can dig deep for their food, like ants or other insects.
 
 Anhinga often seen in southern swanpland.

 The woodstork is the only stork that is a native of the U.S.  They live year-round in Flordia.
 The Little Blue Heron are common in the southeast, rare in the west.
 
 Snowy Egret is dainty egret that dances in the shallows.

The Copper's Hawk are a mid-sized Accipiter.  They can be very elusive in heavily wooded areas. 
This is our Home-Sweet-Home at Ocean Pond, Flordia.
Enjoy.  Kitfoxgal

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