We saw a lot of cool wildlife in the everglades and also acquired a new dislike for vultures.
A yellow bellied slider lifts an arm in the air as to wave hello.
A yellow bellied slider breeches an Everglades pond for a look around.
EVERGLADES! We knew we would see some wildlife today, but not in the quantities that shared the Anhinga trail with…
Dead trees stand sparsely in this desolate Everglades field.
White pelicans enjoying some bath time in the Everglades. If I were them I would keep my eyes out for gators near by.
A spoonbill enjoying the water in the Everglades. It’s cool to view these unique birds in person.
Footage of our time in the everglades admiring the animals.
A green heron keeping his distance from his neighbor in the everglades
A green heron chilling in the everglades
An anhinga spots me while I take its photograph in the Everglades.
a young bloom in the Everglades
These feathered friends are too lazy to support themselves on the branches, but I myself, would need some lass anxious times from the alligators. I dont think they can climb well.
An alligator on patrol in the Everglades
A green heron sings in the Everglades
An alligator staying mostly hidden in the Everglades
An alligator cruises through one of the larger marshes in the Everglades
a beautiful young bloom in the Everglades