Juvenile Southern Lubber taking a spin on a sprinkler
Picture taken off bridge over Peace River during mating season
Evening from hanging out
A BARRED OWL POSITIONING HIMSELF FOR A LAUNCH INTO FLIGHT
A FOX SQUIRREL WITH A PINE CONE GOING TO HIS NEST TO EAT THE SEEDS
A GREAT HORNED OWL RETURNING TO HER NEST TO CONTINUE INCUBATING HER TWO EGGS
THE BARRED OWLS JUST MET UP IN THE SAME PART OF THE WOODS AND STARTED THEIR INTERACTION CALLS
THE BARRED OWLS FROM LAKE BEVERLY AND SURROUNDING WOODS IN THE PARK
GREAT BLUE HERON IS THE RITUAL OF NEST BUILDING, NESTING AND BEHAVIOR PRIOR TO NESTING
A great Blue Heron catching a large mouth bass
These Glossy Ibis Babies were very close to the boardwalk. You don't usually get a clean shot into a nest almost at eye level.
This Spoonbill was showing off its beautiful pink colors.
This woodpecker lets you get as close as you want.
These otters were so much fun to watch as they frolicked in the water.
Great Egrets interacting during nesting season.
The baby gator is safe and sound on mom.
This little owlet seems to be enjoying his meal.
Sandhill Crane stands ready to preen in morning light, with shadows from nearby trees allowing for the dark background. Eyes lit up.
Snowy Egret spreads its wings as it flits around pond to catch fish, in morning light.
Large Alligator, approximately 10-12 feet long from tip of nose to tail tears apart a much smaller gator along Florida retention pond. It took the gator about 1-1/2 hours to devour its prey.
A pair of Monarch butterflies mating on our Dahoon Holly.
A frog photographed sitting on the entrance of our bird house.
A frog photographed at the bottom of an unfurled Dwarf Cavendish Banana leaf.
I frog photographed sitting in a gutter.
A pair of Pileated woodpeckers danced around our Live Oak seemingly playing a game of a peekaboo for nearly 10 minutes.
A photo of what is believed to be a Green Lynx Spider guarding her eggs on top of a Walters Viburnum in our back yard.
A bird believed to be a Carolina Wren taking shelter at the top of a column on our front porch.
paddling along Alum Bluff in early morning on the Apalachicola River
A great egret spears a bream along the Wacissa River
A purple gallinule in wild rice
This huge Tree Frog just watching the photographer from a branch in his Southern Red Cedar Tree home..
Large Frog of unknown species hiding in a Southern Red Cedar Tree.
Sunrise over Oyster Creek
Spider Spinning a complicated web to catch it's early morning meal.
A close up of this Swallowtails markings.
Palamedes Swallowtail enjoying the sun and the flowers
A beautiful Palamedes Swallowtail resting in the sun drinking nectar.
A beautiful black and yellow Swallowtail allowing the photographer to test the boundaries of a wild butterfly interaction.
This Godwit was found wading along the banks of Fred Howard Park, along with a large flock of Black Skimmers in the background.
Big Red, endearingly named by Pinellas County birders, was posing right after sunset for me on the North Beach of Fort Desoto. He often will perform the Reddish Egret dance in order to catch fish along the lagoon shores.
Taken along the banks of the Deep Hole at Myakka River State Park. This heron was fun to watch hunting along the shores for small fish, he was wading among the gators and anhingas.
Spider and it 's unusual web early in the morning
Eastern Tiger Swallowtail
Eastern tiger Swallowtail
Yellow Mushrooms under Bottle Brush Bush
These Yellow mushrooms are growing under a Bottle Brush bush.
Sphinx Moth shortly after birth hanging on an Evergreen branch
Female Luna moth and photographer exploring the boundaries of wildlife and human interaction.