Florida Critters

In February we spent a week in Florida. While my wife was at her conference, I took a couple of days to photograph in two of the nature preserves near Orlando. Click photos to enlarge them.


A turkey vulture in Tosohatchee Wildlife Management Area. Wikipedia: "This vulture is often seen standing in a spread-winged stance. The stance is believed to serve multiple functions: drying the wings, warming the body, and baking off bacteria."

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An armadillo rooting for insects and grubs in the Brevard County Enchanted Forest Sanctuary, not far from the Kennedy Space Center.

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