Green Cay Wetlands and Wakodahatchee Wetlands – Florida – 2015

The two locations in the title, are in Boynton Beach, one easy, one hard to pronounce, each with over a mile of boardwalks and best of all they are free.   They offer good opportunities to birders and photographers alike, of some the best unobstructed views of many type’s of wading bird that can be found in Florida, during various seasons.  Visitors will not be disappointed

The boardwalks, make for easy walking and best of all no mosquitos.

Sue and I spent a lovely afternoon,  there before we caught out flight home.

I’ll let the photos speak for themselves.

Anhinga with recent hatchlings

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Anhinga with older Young

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Immature Anhinga

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Black-bellied Duck

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Black-crowned Night-Heron Immature

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Black-necked Stilt

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Female Boat-tailed Grackle

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Cattle Egret Breeding Plumage

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Great Egret with recently hatched young

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Great Egret

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Least Bittern

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Purple Gallinule

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Snowy Egret Breeding Plumage

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No Idea Spider

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Tri-colored Heron Breeding Plumage

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White Peacock

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Wood Stork with Young

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Ciao for now……

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