Scenes from Ding Darling Wildlife Refuge, Sanibel Island, Florida

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Scenes from Ding Darling Wildlife Refuge
Sanibel Island, Florida


Egret among the oysters

White pelicans at rest

Tri-color heron takes flight

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18 thoughts on “Scenes from Ding Darling Wildlife Refuge, Sanibel Island, Florida”

  1. Great shot of the heron! The colour of its wings is beautiful. Plus you can see the water droplets behind it and its shadow underneath. Really cool.

  2. I love those yellow boots, and pelicans…well, they exude coolness! 🙂 Enjoy you Wednesday, Tink, and leave those shutters up!

  3. Awwww, the White Pelies. I wonder if any of those were the guys we picked up at the airport who flew down from Minnesota on NW Airlines?? You think I’m kidding!! We’ve done this two years in a row now and we are thinking that the Pelicans have figured out it is easier to hop on an airplane rather than use their own wings!

  4. Love all of them, but that heron photo is amazing!

    And I am giggling about Snowbird and her NW Airlines traveling pelicans-too funny! =)

  5. I am always a sucker for those golden slippered snowy egrets, especially when the wind fluffs their ‘hair.’ Nice photos (as usual!)

  6. How beautiful. I especially like the reflection of the heron flying over the water. Nice shots. 😀

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