Nature Walk – Cabin Fever Reprieve
People who live in cold, dark climes in the winter know all about cabin fever, yet I live in sometimes sunny Florida. However, I’m recovering from a lengthy bout of the latest flu. Symptoms were light, but the fatigue long-lasting. And the flu this year has been a killer, so I’m one of the fortunate ones. Being retired, too, allows me to gradually heal as needed.
Well, beyond the personal bits, I managed to get out to Wakodohatchee today and was greeted with a feast of feathers (perhaps that’s a better title for this piece!). The Wood Storks are back in full force and I even spotted a few heads of babies peeking up above the branch piles that pass for their nests. The great storks are stoic birds, elegant in their own way and very patient parents.
I was also blessed with three sightings…
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