Our stay in Central Florida (WDW, etc) travel blog

Sandhill Crane

Sandhill Crane

Wild Turkeys

Wild Turkeys

Wild Turkeys

Wild Turkeys

Wild Turkeys

Wild Turkeys

Wild Turkeys

Wild Turkeys

Wild Turkeys

Wild Turkeys

Shore Birds that descended upon the pond after a severe rain storm

Shore Birds that descended upon the pond after a severe rain storm

Shore Birds that descended upon the pond after a severe rain storm

Shore Birds that descended upon the pond after a severe rain storm

Shore Birds that descended upon the pond after a severe rain storm

Shore Birds that descended upon the pond after a severe rain storm

Shore Birds that descended upon the pond after a severe rain storm

Shore Birds that descended upon the pond after a severe rain storm

Shore Birds that descended upon the pond after a severe rain storm

Shore Birds that descended upon the pond after a severe rain storm

Shore Birds that descended upon the pond after a severe rain storm

Shore Birds that descended upon the pond after a severe rain storm

Shore Birds that descended upon the pond after a severe rain storm

Shore Birds that descended upon the pond after a severe rain storm

Shore Birds that descended upon the pond after a severe rain storm

Shore Birds that descended upon the pond after a severe rain storm

Shore Birds that descended upon the pond after a severe rain storm

Shore Birds that descended upon the pond after a severe rain storm

Shore Birds that descended upon the pond after a severe rain storm

Shore Birds that descended upon the pond after a severe rain storm

Shore Birds that descended upon the pond after a severe rain storm

Shore Birds that descended upon the pond after a severe rain storm

Shore Birds that descended upon the pond after a severe rain storm


The was a Rafter (proper name for a group) of Wild Turkeys behind our RV in amongst the trees and they ran across the clearing into the heavier tree line. While they were running to cover, a couple of Sandhill Cranes flew over. A severe rain storm blew through dumping about 2 inches of rain and had gusts around 60mph. After the storm passed, lots of shore birds descended upon the pond behind us feeding upon their food source within the pond.



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