I rename a bird

“Indigo Blue Heron”

Shading from deep violet to dark gray-blue, the Little Blue Heron is truly indigo-blue.

These feather colors just make sense when you put your small heron in front of a saltwater backdrop, as I did here at the causeway.

The Indigo Heron begins the hunt, stepping, stopping, stepping again and keeping an eye out for movement.

Move slowly, blend in, get ready to strike…

…with finger on the shutter button, gotcha. My indigo bird, blogged.

Savannas slow-down

Checking in at Green River

Glossy Ibis yesterday at Green River, northern Martin County, Florida.

Morning walk before the temps climbed again. It’s been hot for this time of year.

Cypress with birds.

Little Blue Heron and big Great Egret.

Looking across one of the big ponds/ little lakes.

Black-bellied Whistling Ducks.

A couple of cattle egrets.

Common Gallinules.

When you want to look at wetland (and its birds) but you don’t want to get wet, Green River is great because of the dikes.

Autumn color, Florida style.

Cypress like wet feet, and knees.

Alligator in the distance.

More flying things I love.

Stuart Air Show this weekend.

Little Blue Heron wading for breakfast.