I was happy to have the opportunity to revisit Harns Marsh, it had been a couple of months since my last visit - it's a lot quieter today but still quite an enjoyable place to be.
|How fun to discover a couple fuzzy Least Bittern!|
|Several Limpkins were seen and some were feeding their little ones - apple snail are their Wheaties!|
|A Cattle Egret in breeding plumage - very lovely.|
|A Gray-headed Swamphen is photographed here, we later saw another adult with a young one.|
|The Marsh - such a vast expanse and always lovely to see - in that lone tree was a....|
|One family of Sandhill Crane.|
|A Tricolored Heron on a mission.|
|These eggs are the future Apple Snail which is food for the Limpkin and Snail Kite.|
|After leaving the Marsh, we were fortunate to come upon this pair of Bobwhite - I think they are the coolest quails!|
They didn't serenade us but the view was spectacular!