Nature Walks – Wakodahatchee Wetlands, 27 October 17

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Nature Walks – Wakodahatchee Wetlands, 27 October 17

Yesterday, I also visited Wakodahatchee on my way back home up Jog Road.  I thought I would post these photos separately.  I actually took about 110 photos yesterday, most at the Japanese Gardens.  The place is extremely photogenic by design.

Walking through the wetlands that I visit weekly wasn’t a let-down, but it is very different.  There I was looking for creatures, feathered, armored and furry.  I was rewarded with a glimpse of some turtles, an alligator sunning on the lawn and several birds.  Apparently, another pair of Ospreys has taken up residence as they were announcing their presence and flying high above the marsh.  I noticed many of the other birds were sheltering under or near bushes and trees to avoid being lunch.

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There were some iguanas enjoying the warm autumn sunshine on the grass.  Mated pairs of herons were busily…

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