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Birds of Florida

Inn at the Beach is a premier beachside vacation destination located on beautiful Venice beach, Florida.

Beaches are closed to protect a rapidly-declining population of migrating shorebirds including the red knot which is an endangered species

I would love to have a sandpiper tattoo! They're like cute little awkward sparrows that flitter around everywhere. Sandpipers make me happy :)

Flying Low - Sanibel Island, Florida

Flying Low - Sanibel Island, Florida I saw these on my last Florida trip!

Yellow-crowned Night Heron   at J.N. “Ding” Darling NWR  Credit: USFWS  Photographer: Keenan Adams

“Ding” Darling National Wildlife Refuge is one of Sanibel’s most popular attractions and is world-renowned for its abundance of wildlife.

A beautiful Anhinga drying his wings before flight.  One of many awesome birds on Sanibel Island.  Courtesy of the Seltzer Family.

A beautiful Anhinga drying his wings before flight. One of many awesome birds on Sanibel Island. Courtesy of the Seltzer Family.

White Ibis near Orlando Florida.  I love the contrast between their pink, wrinkly skin and baby blue eye.  They're really elegant birds.

White Ibis near Orlando Florida. I love the contrast between their pink, wrinkly skin and baby blue eye. They're really elegant birds.

Birds Of Florida: A Falcon Field Guide PDF

Birds Of Florida: A Falcon Field Guide PDF - books library land

wading birds of florida | ... Little Blue Heron Wading in Marsh - Florida Bird Photography Locations

wading birds of florida | ... Little Blue Heron Wading in Marsh - Florida Bird Photography Locations

Australian Pelican, Pelecanus conspicillatus

Australian Pelican, The pouched bill of the Australian pelican can be up to feet) long. These massive seabirds use a wingspan topping meters feet) to glide gracefully, often for hundreds of miles, using thermal updrafts to gain altitude

Our state bird, the pelican can be found near the gulf waters or nesting in trees all around the city!

Louisiana state bird, the pelican can be found near the gulf waters or nesting in trees all around the city!

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