Nature Walks – Loxahatchee National Wildlife Preserve, 17 November 2017
The temperatures continue to fall in Florida making it a very pleasant place in which to spend autumn. Today the sky was filled with an assortment of gray and white clouds, but nothing too threatening as I made my way through the heavy commute traffic to nearby Loxahatchee. I showed my Golden Eagle Pass to the guard and pulled on through to the Marsh Walk parking lot and then started my walk. No birds… or rather few birds were out. I think they were hiding in the reeds! I did see the typical marsh hens and coots, some anhingas, a few Tri-colored herons, a couple of egrets faraway and black buzzards gliding overhead in the light thermals.
I walked and took some photos, mostly of marsh flowers, some Limpkins, and a turtle. The turtle appeared to be laying eggs, so…
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