About

Palm Beach County is one of the largest counties in Florida and with nearly 2000 square miles of land and a coastline of approximately 45 miles long there are countless places to see and explore nature.  In this Blog I will be photographically sharing many of the great places and things that can be seen here. 

Being primarily a Bird Watcher, many of my postings will be about our fine feathered friends but having spent 1,000’s of hours outdoors I’ve come to appreciate all the plants, insects and mammals that are seen as well.

I am currently doing a Palm Beach County Photographic Big Year.  I’ve posted about it early on so you can read more if you go back to my earliest posts.

This is a new endeavor for me so check back often as I’m sure there is a learning curve!!

Now that I’ve been blogging for a couple of months I’ve also started reading many great blogs.  I try to read as many as I can and comment as much as possible too. 

I hope you enjoy following my exploits and thank you for visiting and commenting!

16 Responses to About

  1. kenyabirding says:

    Hi Smith,
    The photo of Great Blue Heron is incredibly good!!!!the morning light was just perfect and you made a good use of.Wooow!!!nice birding.Birding Joe

  2. I love the bobcat family drama! They’re gorgeous animals.

  3. I have nominated you for the Very Inspiring Blogger Award. http://www.shakespearesgal.wordpress.com. … Your passion for our feathered friends has inspired me to marvel in them even more. Thank you for you for sharing … Be well, Dorothy 🙂

  4. The Pal Guy says:

    You have a great blog here and your photos are spectacular. Your appreciation for Florida is the type of lifestyle i like most. The crowded beaches and the resorts are not the place for me. Next time i go to Florida i want to visit the wetlands and the natural aspect of the state. Cheers

  5. mafaza says:

    Wow your doing a big year. It’s awesome. I really enjoyed the movie big year but never herd of people doing it in real life. All the very best to you.
    Randomly I went through some blogs and started following yours and am glad I did.
    I love bird watching too.
    I really enjoy your blog.

  6. jackie376 says:

    I love birds… When I was growing up, I raised over 30 of them and they were the light of my life… I lived to bird watch as well… I am hoping to get back into it one day soon – and your beautiful photos are inspiring me. Thank you!

  7. mystylitaly says:

    Love your photography!

  8. refinedrandomness says:

    I absolutly love your posts….. my name is Ellie by the way, live in Florida as well, Citrus County has some amazing birds and a few species only known to this area….or so its been said. Ive been following your trip right along in N. Cali. How stunning your photography is…. Its a nice treat. Have a wonderful day !

  9. gdpaugast27 says:

    This is my first response/post on WordPress. I registered as blogger this afternoon! Wonderful pictures. I thoroughly enjoyed your descriptions too.

  10. arjun31390 says:

    Hi there, Happy New Year to you..this is a wonderful blog that you have, enjoyed reading your posts a lot and the pictures are fantastic! Looking forward to more posts from you 🙂 I have a similar blog too, primarily about bird watching and my travels in India..so do visit OneHappyBirder at arjun31390.wordpress.com 🙂 Happy Birding to you!

  11. Redterrain says:

    Fantastic photographs…I love the different birds you’ve managed to capture here on your blog.

  12. vraiment de très belles photos !!!
    Bravo pour votre talent !..

  13. Bill says:

    I have seen flocks of 3-4 inch crested birds yesterday landing in the tops of trees in PBG. Pale green chest. Black eye, black beak and throat markings. Cannot find them in books. Here yesterday gone today.

    Perhaps black bar or stripe on end of tail feathers. ?????

  14. jcblithe says:

    Great blog. I have just started my own blog focusing on South Florida http://soflobirding.wordpress.com/. I hope we can meet up and share some ideas. I am an avid birder as well. I just moved down to FL from MD so I am getting used to all of the new creatures here. I am glad I found your blog because I was having trouble finding other birders in the area!

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