One of the best things about Florida is that the birds are pretty tame in many areas. They are used to people walking, jogging, driving and boating by them. They are used to people with cameras snapping photos of them. But even though they are pretty tame, you still have to go out and find them like I did at Babcock-Webb NWR.
That's great, but what about this:
What about when the birds come right to the front door? This Yellow-crowned Night-Heron did just that. Here is his Dad or Mom sitting on Steve's railing. Notice the Halloween lights!
Steve has names for all of the birds. Here are a few close up photos. I actually had to back up into the house to get in focus.
You can see the reflection of the front door in the bird's eye.
Why do the birds come to the front door? Because the neighbors feed them fish from the local bait store, that's why. Here is Lori with the Night-Heron and a Great Egret.
|Lori and friend|
The Night-Herons prefer clams, so of course, we obliged.
We had a lot of birds in the yard. Check out the Great Egret video.
And a herd of White Ibis too. I say herd, because they move together more like dinosaurs than birds. This one posed in front of the garden.
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