|Squirrel greeting park visitors|
First I walked around the boardwalk. There was two squirrels chasing each other and a turtle swimming in the canal, but no alligator, A flock of cormorants were swimming in the retention pond.
|Great White Egret|
A little blue heron was sitting on the railing of the boardwalk and even allowed us to pass him
|Little Blue Heron|
|Little Blue Heron Scratching Himself|
Around a bend in the boardwalk was two Limpkins and an Ibis. What a great day for photography!
|Limpkin searching for fish|
|Ibis grooming his back|
|Ibis Grooming his side|
Back on the trail, I found this Roseate Spoonbill in the branches beside another ibis. There were also common moorhens in the canal separating the park form East Bay Golf Course and another Little Blue Heron.
|Anhinga on drainpipe|
Around the bend was this Great Blue Heron, oblivious of any park visitors. You can't miss them, they are so tall.
|Great Blue Heron|
|Great Blue Heron grooming himself|
|Great Blue Heron really grooming himself|