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Feeding Osprey.


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Over the last three weeks I have spent the first 2 or 3 hours most days either walking along the spit which separates the Gulf of Mexico from Marco Island in SW Florida, or in the tidal lagoon which lies between Tigertail Beach and Marco Island. The area is recognised and protected as an important breeding ground for all manner of birds (more of which in another post at a later date). One morning I came across this very obliging osprey who was quite content for me to wade into the lagoon to get the early morning sun to my back and spend 35 or so minutes watching breakfast...tail and all!


14954100047_63f282da97_b.jpg2R4C6641 by Whyone, on Flickr


14953961739_55bd33e928_b.jpg2R4C6634 by Whyone, on Flickr


14954094188_0b6b06b9c1_b.jpg2R4C6663 by Whyone, on Flickr


14954092018_33a697b3cb_b.jpg2R4C6690 by Whyone, on Flickr


14953952739_e1db48b330_b.jpg2R4C6705 by Whyone, on Flickr


15137666811_1096f93ae1_b.jpg2R4C6724 by Whyone, on Flickr

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Fantastic pictures! Thanks for posting.

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