First scene: Black vultures cleaning a deer carcass
An alligator views us with suspicion.
Many nice small birds. This is a Dusky-capped Flycatcher.
The White Ibis are out in force today. This is the first of many.
... but even more are the flocks of Black Vultures.
A female Cardinal
A Bluegray Gnatcatcher says hello.
Another look at the Bluegray Gnatcatcher
The still, reflecting swampwaters surround us.
An oddly beautiful bit of swamp flotsam
This Little Blue Heron is hunting in the swamp greenery.
She looks this way and that ...
.. and emerges with lunch.
A Rubycrowned Kinglet: Two views.
Dense Spanish Moss in the trees around the swamp
An American Coot. They like this place.
Black Vultures crown the Observatory.
The Black Vultures flurry and reorganize themselves on the observatory dome.
Quoth the Vulture, "Nevermore."
Vulture landing in a tree
Part of a large field full of White Ibis
White Ibis fishing
Two White Ibis and a Snowy Egret forage in the swamp.
A White Ibis takes flight.
Now we find a flock of Black-bellied Whistling Ducks.
They gather in the shallow swamp water.
Then they take flight.
11 Black-bellied Whistling Ducks fly off into the brush.