Pileated Woodpecker

Pileated Woodpecker

The Pielated Woodpecker is on the of the most striking “forest” birds in the general area. Its size is comparable to the black crow but with bold white stripes and flaming red crest. You can hear the Woodpecker whacking at dead trees and fallen logs in search of their...
Grey Catbird

Grey Catbird

A medium-sized songbird with a long, rounded, black tail and a narrow, straight bill. Catbirds are fairly long legged and have broad wings. Although they appear entirely slaty gray with a closer look you’ll see a small black cap, blackish tail, and a brown patch...
Little Blue Heron

Little Blue Heron

Little Blue Heron Despite its different last name, the Little Blue Heron is more related to the Snowy Egret. When it’s young, this heron is white but molts to a dark slate-blue plumage as an adult. These herons and generally wary and hard to approach. The nest in...
Little Blue Heron

Monarch Butterflies

Monarch butterflies embark on a marvelous and unbelievable migratory phenomenon. They travel between up to 3000 miles from the northeast United States, and southeast Canada to the mountain forests in central Mexico, where they find the right climate conditions to...
Wood Stork

Wood Stork

The FEDERALLY THREATENED Wood Stork is a large long legged bird with white feathers but the primary and tail feathers are black. The head and upper neck of the adult wood storks have no feathers but have rough gray scaly skin. The rough scaling skin is remnants of...
Kite

Kite

The Swallow-tailed Kite has been called “the coolest bird on the planet.” With its deeply forked tail and bold black-and-white plumage, it is unmistakable in the summer skies above swamps, mashes and large rivers of southern Florida. The Kite’s aerial acrobatics are a...