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    Florida Trip 2014 - The Reptiles, Birds, Bugs, etc.

    The overly abundant (and invasive) Brown Anole - Anolis sagrei:










    A.sagrei and A.carolinensis sharing a perch:


    The less abundant but still common Anolis carolinensis:



    5 Lined Skinks:



    Squirrel Tree Frogs:




    A Green Tree Frog:


    A Southern Toad:


    A Chorus Frog of some kind, not sure of species:


    A Large Female Florida Softshell:






    Gopher Tortoise:



    Black Racer:


    Glossy Crayfish Snake:


    Florida Water Snakes:





    Cottonmouth:



    And of course the Gators:














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    Excellent shots! It looks like you must have gotten pretty close to some of those guys.
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    The Birds and Bugs:

    Wood Stork:


    Juvenile White Ibis:



    Roseate Spoonbill:


    Great Egret:


    Green Heron:




    Anhinga:


    Pileated Woodpecker on the side of the house:


    Black Vultures:




    Very Colorful Land Snail:


    Apple Snail Eggs:


    Some Gigantic Lubbers:








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    Quote Originally Posted by Dexenthes View Post
    Excellent shots! It looks like you must have gotten pretty close to some of those guys.
    Yeah, I was right on top of most of it.

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    Dude, nice shots! Where were you to see that much wildlife?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mato View Post
    Dude, nice shots! Where were you to see that much wildlife?
    A little road I found a few years back in the Glades. It's a seriously great spot.

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    So many animals! Did you need to hunt for them or were they just seen naturally? And the third picture of that vulture makes it looks pretty scary with the white eye. And I didn't know locusts could look so exotic.

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    I didn't really have to look too hard. You just need to find a good spot and when you do, the wildlife is usually abundant.

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