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Hi everyone! Today’s post takes us to the Lake Harney Wilderness Area, about 25 miles northeast of Orlando as the eagle flies. The bald eagle, that is. And it’s not just on the sign for decoration–bald eagles do indeed nest here. Our national bird is always a welcome sight. But did you know that theyContinue reading “I *Bleeping* Love the Eagles, Man: Lake Harney Wilderness”
Hi again. We’re back at the Wetlands this week because it’s just that awesome of a place. Above is one of Florida’s most ubiquitous citizens, the great blue heron. Here are a couple of more I saw on this morning hike: Aren’t they beautiful, graceful birds? They make for a very serene image, and I’mContinue reading “Gator In The Grass, Part 2: Orlando Wetlands Park”
Wow, do I have a lot of cool photos to share with you guys today! That’s because there is just so much diversity packed into the 180 acres of the Geneva Wilderness Area. It also adjoins the much larger Little Big Econ State Forest, which means you can make this as long or as shortContinue reading “The Geneva Convention (of Critters): Geneva Wilderness Area”
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