The Click Ponds have been the place to be lately. Birds of all shapes and sizes are congregating in large numbers. Sandpipers, Dowitchers, Avocets, Blue-winged Teals, Shovelers, an assortment of herons and egrets, Cranes, Wood Storks, a plethora of Spoonbills, Forster's Terns, White Pelicans....and the list goes on.
The cranes were a little edgy.
This adult Caracara was being summonsed by its offspring.
Dinnertime for an Ibis!
My first sighting of a Scissor-tailed Flycatcher in Florida. It made a brief two day stopover near the ponds for two days. Unfortunately I didn't manage to capture any decent photos of it.
Lots of foraging Forster's; I forgot how fun it can be to try and photograph these erratic fliers.
This Sandhill Crane was having a bit of an identity crisis!
A few more Spoonbills joined the crowd just before sunset!