Wildlife from the park and Wako

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zackiedawg wrote:

Welcome back. I guess you got bored enough to travel up here to Wako - should of given me a call as I might have popped over on Sunday. I guess next weekend!

Yep, I got so bored, we (Lillie & I) went on a guided tour at Fern Forest Nature Center about 15 minutes south of Wako. That was the most boring & void of ANY wildlife, I'll never go back there again. Since I was still bored, we decided to take an unplanned trip up to Wako, and shesuggested it!

Depending on the weather, I'll most likely go up to Green Cay & Wako next Saturday. Rain chances right now are at 40% right now.

That osprey is a big crop indeed. I like the bathing grackle - as you say because of the reflections and colors in the background water.

Yeah, sometimes the backgound/forground is almost as interesting as the subject.

Funny, I didn't make Wakodahatchee this weekend - I was intending to do both, but ended up walking around Green Cay twice, and got slowed down with some sightings, so by the time I was leaving it was too late to do Wako as well...I headed home for a jump in the pool and shower before going out Sat night.

It's probably just as well you only made it to Green Cay, besides the gator and the Iguana, and a few of the regulars, it was pretty quiet out there.

BTW... thanks for your comments Jose and Dave! Glad you found something interesting.

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