This Ruby-throated Hummingbird enjoyed feeding on a Firebush in Cape Coral, FL
The male Summer Tanager is the only completely red bird in North America. This one was seen at J. N. "Ding" Darling NWR during spring migration.
Anhingas after mating
Great Egrets enjoying each other's company
Love is in the air
Out of the Morning Mist
A pair of American White Pelicans fly through and out of the morning mist. This bird is among the largest in North America, with wing spans exceeding 9 feet.
A Great Egret with its reflection
Great Egret with reflection
Great Blue Heron
Coming in for a landing
A Reddish Egret called Ding 2
Ding 2 has a solar powered radio transmitter for location tracking. (see the antenna?) He (she?) was tagged in August of 2014 in J. N. "Ding" Darling National Wildlife Refuge on Sanibel Island, FL
A Reddish Egret hunts for breakfast at J. N. "Ding" Darling NWR, Sanibel, FL
Waiting for lunch
A female Anhinga
The Cormorant is often "dismissed" and "just another black bird except it is swimming. Just look at the intense eye.
A familiar pose
Tri-colored Heron looking for a meal.
A young burrowing owl
This Tri-colored Heron was staring across the water at high tide when something got his attention.
White Winged Dove
A White Winged Dove feeding in the New Mexico high desert
A male House Finch feeding in the New Mexico high desert
Red Shouldered Hawk
And this is why it is called a Red Shouldered Hawk
Yellow-crowned Night Heron
He was watching his mate as she began to build a nest.