my world?

how hot was it?

No, this is not Michigan weather. I could have titled this “Klaus’s World,” because he was kind enough to share his time with me last week when I was too briefly in Orlando. This shows the temperature in the car as we left Gatorland after an afternoon of birds and photography.

Yes, 104 is hot, but the birds are worth it. Everything Klaus has told you about Gatorland over at Virtua Gallery is true. I had wonderful, close views of nests, eggs, fledglings, juveniles, and adult birds. I’ll have more Gatorland photos to share after I finish the North Dakota posts, but here’s a few samples.

young tricolored heron

gatorland denizen

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18 thoughts on “my world?”

  1. Thanks, Carver. I’m glad you like the photo – I don’t usually photograph well, so hats off to Klaus. The immature birds are a hoot at all ages and it’s such a treat to be able to see them up close.

  2. It was right toasty down there, but the silver lining is that it feels completely cool in Michigan, even though it’s unseasonably warm for here. More good news: Klaus says the best time to visit is late February most years, when the weather is quite pleasant.

  3. I’m so glad you had such a great time and got such great shots to share with us, Wren! And thanks to Klaus for showing you around! How fun, have to admit I’m a bit envious of the trip — well, except for the temps. Have a great week!

    Sylvia

  4. Too hot but as you said the birds are worth it. Fantastic shot of the flamboyant bird and I love the photo Klaus posted of you on his blog.

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