Nature Walk, 26 October 2017 – Loxahatchee Redux
It’s been a long time since I last visited the Loxahatchee National Wildlife Preserve. It’s too exposed and hot there during the long days of summer. Today, when I woke up, the temperature was a chilly (for Florida) 58 degrees F — perfect walking weather! I loaded up the car and hit the road.
When I arrived at the entrance to the preserve, there was a guard on duty, the first one I’ve seen in months. Visitors are required to pay or have on hand a pass. I own a Golden Eagle pass so went in free as usual. Traffic at the preserve has definitely picked up. There were two buses with students and a couple of small shuttles (golf carts) for visitors. I ignored the commotion and walked on the well-known paths looking for photographic subjects.
One thing I’ve noticed about…
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