I’ve definitely been busy with the camera of late, but I’ve also looked at some old pics as well. Let’s start with the little blue heron. It’s plentiful in this area and quite photogenic.
Here’s a tricolor, standing in long grass. The beautiful plumage of the heron contrasts nicely with the green grass.
I think this is a red-shouldered hawk, but despite the red eye, it’s been difficult to ID. You’d think sources would mention that red eye, right?
Next, the Cuban tree frog, considered a pest in Florida. It is not native to the US, and it’s speculated they arrived on ships. They are really noisy at night, especially after it rains, and they love to hang off house walls. I found this fellow inside my bedroom window, between glass and screen.
The grackle. I generally think of them as glossy black, but apparently, the juveniles are brown.
The tersa sphinx moth. Spotted it on a window screen. It’s striking, don’t you think?
Here it is from a slightly different angle; I love the red stripes down it’s back.
Have a terrific weekend!
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