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Wednesday, March 23, 2011
Part THREE: Homosassa Springs Wildlife State Park in Florida
that this is part of a series of blogposts of photos taken there.
If you missed the other ones, just go down to the bottom of this page
and hit "older posts" to enjoy the rest.
This bear just cracked us up...he took the top of the garbage can, played with it for a while,
and then sunbathed!:
When we first got there, we took a lovely boat tour down the river in the park.
This was great for us Michiganders to see the natural state of Florida woods and rivers:
A lovely golden eagle:
I am totally smitten with Ibis....and their long, gorgeous white feathers on their back:
They nurse a lot of sick birds and animals back to health at this park...
I loved seeing this great heron walking here:
I SO wanted to comb through those long feathery strands on his tail!:
A playful otter coming to say hi:
I have YET to capture a photo of an owl in the wild of the U.P. of Michigan...
so I was glad to be able to at least get some shots of some owls
at this park.
I find owls just mesmerizing!:
Just LOOK at his pretty face!:
I still have some more photos of this lovely park...
so join me again next time to see nature at Florida's best there.....
I may be interspersing some contrasting winter photos from Michigan
with the rest of these Florida pictures on some upcoming blog posts, as I still have some left of our winter to share with you all yet too.
I retired in June 2008 and started my blog in November 2008. I worked at several jobs as a Registered Nurse prior to retirement. I LOVE being retired! Blogging has offered me a whole new venue to start writing again and to share new hobbies such as gardening, birdwatching and sharing my nature photography. If you like my blog, PLEASE click on "follow this blog". Having a lot of followers reading my blog gives me incentive to continue to do photography and to continue to write. I also LOVE comments, so I encourage you to leave me a comment after you read my posts. Thanks everyone, for taking the time to read me!!