This month’s Florida

This was the Florida we were in last month –
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This is the Florida we are in this month –
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The lean palm trees have been replaced by stately Live Oaks draped with Spanish Moss.
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We don’t see so many vibrant flowers,
but that doesn’t mean there isn’t lots of interesting flora if you look hard enough!
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The Great White Heron and pelican
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have been replaced with Sandhill Cranes.
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We’re not surprised by bright green iguanas in the bushes,
but rather we’re always on the lookout for those funky armadillos!
(For a critter that doesn’t actually move all that fast, I was having a terrible time getting a good picture of him. I’ll blame the bad lighting, OK?)
They spend a lot of time with their noses in the dirt and leaves looking for food, so it’s not a surprise that when he finally got close enough for a flash picture, I managed to get it with an inappropriately placed leaf!

So that’s a snapshot of flora and fauna here in Central Florida. And while it’s quite a different Florida than what we enjoyed last month, we’re finding great beauty in this area also.
See ya later!

One thought on “This month’s Florida”

  1. Sandhill cranes and armadillos. I’ve seen the cranes migrating in Kentucky but I’ve never seen an armadillo. I’d like to.
    Hope you’re having a good project.

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