A rabbit hit by a car attracted a group of Black Vultures to dine on the carcass for breakfast. One of the Black Vultures ignored the temptation of a meal and, instead, warmed itself in the rays of the rising Sun over the Oslo Riverfront Conservation Area.
Another leftover image from last weekend’s visit to the Stick Marsh. As the blue sky covered over with clouds ahead of the impending rain this Black Vulture came swooping by on a very close approach. For more, see Stick Marsh Action in Two Parts – Part One and Part Two.
It was reported after the Vero Beach Air Show held on 21 & 22 April 2018 that a Blue Angel Boeing F/A-18 Hornet performing in the Saturday show sucked a bird into an engine causing $1 million worth of damage to the plane. The plane landed safely with few being aware of the incident at the time but, it is springtime, and birds are on the move in large numbers. Below are selected photos of the Saturday and Sunday Blue […]
A flock of vultures soar near the mock life-size External Tank and Solid Rocket Boosters on display in front of the Space Shuttle Atlantis exhibit at the Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex at sunset.
Two days of visits to the Padgett Creek Ranches, made up of the Long Shadows Ranch and the Triple S Ranch in Indian River County, did not provide the bonanza of wildlife photos as in the past. Most likely due to the extreme cold weather that befell the first day and was still lingering around on the second. A conservation easement protects 1,600 acres around Padgett Creek, part of the headwaters to the St. Johns River that flows northward up […]
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