I saw this Limpkin foraging for snails by the boat ramp at Arthur R. Marshall-Loxahatchee NWR. But all he came up with is this small clam.
Canon EOS 7D2, EF400 5.6L USM, F/8, 1/800, ISO 400
A small bee and a Dainty Sulfur share a flower in my garden.
Canon EOS 7D2, EF300 4L IS USM, F/5, 1/400, ISO 250
This picture is part of a series of images I took on the last day of 2008 but processed only recently. As the Great Blue Heron picked up the snake, the serpent, as seen here, attacks back trying to bite the bird. The fight lasted about 10 minutes as the bird killed the snake by drowning it and eventually swallowing it.
Canon EOS 40D, EF400 5.6L USM, F/6.3, 1/1600, ISO 400.
A pink bird will always catch my eye whether in the sky, on a snag, on the ground or on the water. I watched this Roseate Spoonbill circle twice before landing on this snag.
Canon EOS 7D2, EF400 5.6L USM, F/5.6, 1/800, ISO 400
The Osprey's nest is just below this mound of Spanish moss.
Canon EOS 7D2, EF300 4L IS USM, F/8, 1/1250, ISO 400
There were around 15 Nanday Parakeets on the Norfolk Pine in my backyard. They were very noisy and chasing each other around. I caught this pair as it flew from one side of the tree to the other.
Canon EOS 40D, EF400 5.6L USM, F/5.6, 1/1250. ISO 400
The most graceful flyer in nature, The Swallow-tailed kite is an amazing bird. These birds migrate to the southern tip of Brazil every year and comes back to North America to nest and raise their young.
Canon EOS 7D, EF400 5.6L USM, F/8, 1/2000, ISO 1000
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