I was able to spend a little bit of time enjoying the wetlands and ponds over the past few days.
I didn't notice the very faint double rainbow until I uploaded my photos.
I saw several species of warblers taking cover under the thick underbrush in the northeast corner of the Click Ponds. I saw this bright Yellow Warbler, a beautiful male Redstart, a Blue-gray Gnatcatcher, lots of Palm Warblers and a Black-throated Blue Warbler.
|juvenile Little Blue Heron|
I was surprised to see half a dozen White Pelicans visiting already. They were foraging alongside a few Wood Storks.
|Wood Storks & White Pelicans|
There are still quite a few species of dragonflies at the ponds. This pair of Common Green Darners was mating.
|Common Green Darners|