Not Many Warblers … So More Babies

I went to Green Cay Wetlands again this morning hoping that the weather system may have brought in some new birds.  Between Terri, Linda, Dr. Alan, Ruth and I we saw 7 species of Warblers but there just were not many of any one species.

Raccoon Family

We were walking back in the Chickee Hut woods when Linda saw a couple of baby Raccoons.  The sun was from the wrong angle but they are so cute I thought I’d post them anyways.

I'm so cute I should be in the movies!

This little one was looking for an agent … he claims the baby Bobcats get all the fanfare and that he and his siblings want equal press time.  I thought if I posted his picture he might be pacified!

Mottled Duck and her 11 babies!

Towards the end of our walk we saw this family of Mottled Ducks.  There are at least 5-6 families of ducks at GC right now but this is by far the largest group I’ve seen.

I had a wonderful morning walking around with my sweetheart and some good friends … what more can a man ask for.  Thanks for visiting and God bless.

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About sheriffsmith

I have worked for the Broward County Sheriff's Office the last 13 years and spend most of my free time birdwatching / naturewatching and photographing the birds and nature that I encounter. I believe God has blessed us with a world that is so absolutely fascinating and wonderful and I'm doing my best to discover and show others all that he has provided us with in nature.
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4 Responses to Not Many Warblers … So More Babies

  1. Lady Deidre says:

    Precious photos! Love the babies!
    God Bless You!

  2. mike585 says:

    Nice captures, Tom.

  3. boodlesmom says:

    They’re so cute! The raccoons look just like the ones a friend of mine took in years ago. We loved taking care of them while they were babies. They would eat M&M’s and curl up on my shoulder and nestle in under my hair.

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