When Dorothy and I were in Florida recently, we both spent time photographing all manner of interesting sites including different creatures and inhabitants of Palm Beach. We took long walks with our cameras documenting reptiles, birds, trees, buildings, and people. We came across some interesting subjects.
There was a spot near our hotel that is home to 100 Amazonian Hybrid Parrots. They’re noisy, and were in the trees singing at dawn and dusk.
Then we saw some very common Curvytail Lizards … though one didn’t have a curvy tail.
Dorothy photographed a Black-Bellied-Whistling-Duck (at least I’m pretty sure that’s what it is) that was doing morning calisthenics.
When we started our walk one morning, we were greeted by this White Ibis.
We spotted another species native to the area as we walked by The Beach Club of Palm Beach …
Lastly, Dorothy captured another creature that is non-native to Florida but found throughout the country at different times of the year … the photographer!