Florida Red-bellied Cooter
RiverTown, St Johns, Florida
Its common name is somewhat misleading, as the most prominent red part of its plumage is on the head
Black capped Chickadee
Tending to the babies.
Canada Geese and Goslings
Out for a swim in RiverTown.
Little Blue Heron
At the RiverClub in RiverTown, ST Johns, Florida.
This species may be found in habitats such as cypress swamplands, coastal swamplands, wet riparian forests, bay forests, and savannas.
Near the Enclaves pond in RiverTown, St Johns, Florida.
They are usually silent but squawk when alarmed. RiverTown, St Johns, Florida
Fish In The Enclaves Pond
March 2019, RiverTown, St Johns, Florida
Canada Geese Headed to the Pond
RiverClub, RiverTown, St Johns, Florida
Red-shouldered hawks search for prey while perched on a treetop or soaring over woodlands. When they sight prey, they kill it by dropping directly onto it from the air. St Johns, Florida.
They eat insects (especially caterpillars) which forms a large part of their diet in summer.
The grackle is omnivorous, eating insects, minnows, frogs, eggs, berries, seeds, grain and even small birds and mice.
The osprey's diet consists almost exclusively of fish. It possesses specialised physical characteristics and exhibits unique behaviour to assist in hunting and catching prey. RiverTown, St Johns, Florida.
RiverTown, St Johns, Florida.
Adult Male in Rivertown, St Johns, Florida
Tower, this is Ghost Rider requesting a flyby
Making a home in the bird house we put out.