Still trying desperately to catch up around here, and wondering when it was, exactly, that I lost control so completely? Eeep. However, I did manage to post this week’s #NotesFromTheRiver. I tried something different this time, and shared portions of one of my Central Florida’s Fabulous Wildlife presentations. I wanted to give folks a preview of a few things they can expect to learn at one of these events, though there are many, many more beautiful photos, and lot more info as well in the actual program. This may be a bit cut and dried for some, but it was the best I could do with the very limited amount of time I had today. Hope some of you will check it out and pass it along. THANKS!
#NotesFromTheRiver – Herons & Egrets Overview
After a long hiatus, I’ve caught up enough that I can begin posting my weekly #Notes on the St. Johns River Eco Tours blog. Hope you’ll check out this week’s announcements, and if you live in central Florida, will consider attending some of the events. Thanks for sharing this, too. 🙂
#NotesFromTheRiver – Back Again With Some Exciting Announcements
Just wanted to let you guys know I finally got the wood stork post up on Wednesday. It was a week late due to technical difficulties, but it’s there now, for those who enjoy checking these out. Enjoy!
#NotesFromTheRiver – Wood Storks
Today’s #NotesFromTheRiver post is uploaded and ready to go. Hope some of you will enjoy checking it out and passing it along. THANKS!
Go here to read: #NotesFromTheRiver – Northern Cardinal
Dusky Pygmy Rattlesnake
(Sistrurus miliarius barbouri)
It’s Wednesday again, and that means time for my weekly post on the St. Johns River Eco Tours blog. This one finishes off the last of four posts dealing with the only dangerous snakes in central Florida. Hope some of you will enjoy checking it out and maybe sharing it here and there. Next week’s post will probably involve something of the feathered persuasion. 🙂 In the meantime, here’s the link to this one:
#NotesFromTheRiver – The Tiny Terror
Finished today’s #NotesFromTheRiver post, and hope some of you will check it out. You don’t have to enjoy snakes as much as I do to understand it’s a good idea to recognize any that might be dangerous. 🙂
#NotesFromTheRiver – Rattlesnakes on Parade
West Indian Manatee
Celebrating my friend Doug Little’s one-man wildlife photography exhibit at Enterprise Heritage Center & Museum, today’s #NotesFromTheRiver post features an assortment of some of my personal favorite photographs taken by Doug along the St. Johns River. Hope you’ll stop by and check them out, and please considers sharing, too. THANKS!
#NotesFromTheRiver – #Wednesday Wonders – The Photography of Doug Little
This week’s #NotesFromTheRiver focuses on another LBJ you might find at your backyard feeder, and will surely see if you are exploring any local fresh or saltwater marshlands. A shorter post than usual, as I’m getting ready for company next week, but I hope you still enjoy checking it out.
#NotesFromTheRiver – Another LBJ
This week’s post on #NotesFromTheRiver features a couple of “little brown jobs,” the official and totally technically correct phrase birders use for non-descript birds they can’t identify at a glance. Hopefully, after reading this post, those of you interested in such things will have a better chance of doing so, though with LBJs, nothing is guaranteed! Check it out. The pictures alone are worth it. 😀
#NotesFromTheRiver – LBJs
Photograph by Doug Little
Doing my best to dig myself out of the hole Hurricane Irma threw us in, and I think I just might be able to see the light of day above me. At last! Hope some of you will stop by to check out today’s post on the St. Johns River Eco Tours blog. With any luck, I’ll be posting there weekly again. Workin’ on it! 😀 Enjoy!