Birds in Venetian Gardens Park

We have been walking a good bit recently and even reached four miles per day a couple times. Usually, we walk around the neighborhood. But, we walk in Venetian Gardens at least once a week. We park at the lakefront and eat our sandwich first.

Then it is time to walk. I had not noticed the hole in this Great Blue Heron’s feathers until I got the pictures on the computer.

Great Blue Heron

This is an ordinary sign in Florida parks and anywhere near water.

I was able to get really close to this Limpkin.

Limpkin

There were Great Blue Herons everywhere. This one whizzed by waist-high as we walked.

I don’t believe I’ve posted a portrait of an Ibis before.

Ibis

This Great Blue was standing next to the bridge from which we were watching the alligator. It was keeping a close eye on the alligator too.

Great Blue Heron

The alligator decided to swim on up the canal. It was not moving its limbs at all. Only the tail moved with a slow and gentle sideways wave.

Alligator

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4 thoughts on “Birds in Venetian Gardens Park

  1. Sharon Starling March 26, 2019 / 6:56 am

    Love your post. Looks serene.

    Will we see you in Marathon again?

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    • Dinata Misovec April 3, 2019 / 7:30 pm

      Hi Sharon! We are planning to go to Marathon for about a week, the first week of May. Will you still be there?

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  2. Peter's pondering March 26, 2019 / 8:03 am

    Magnificent photos. It’s always a great experience to have large birds fly close when you can feel the air movement.

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