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Monthly Archive for February, 2010

Last Saturday all visitors to Merritt Island NWR were directed by Kennedy Space Center Security that we must exit to the North instead of crossing the Draw Bridge directly into Titusville. Turns out The Titusville Max Brewer Bridge is broken. Not only broken, but frozen into a ‘Boat Traffic only’ position. If you are planning […]

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Photographed at Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge, Florida on February 20, 2010. From December to March Canaveral National Seashore, (MINWR), on the East Coast of Central Florida is host to the Northern Right Whale. The Whales come to the shores off the east coast to calve and rest until they make their way back north […]

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All photos but two were photographed at Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge, Florida on February 16, 2010.  I did not know the people in the 1st two photos & was not part of there group. I walked up and photographed what I saw. Photographed at the Blue Heron Water Reclamation Facility in Titusville, Florida. Photographed […]

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Photographed at Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge, Florida on February 11, 2010. This bird was not close to me at all. Therefore the sharpness is not so good. Whatbird: The Northern Gannet is a very large seabird. Pelagic species found on the Atlantic coast. Often seen from shore, also may be found far from shore […]

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Photographed at The Viera Wetlands near Melbourne, Florida on February 04, 2010. The Masked Duck is a very rare duck for our area. He never got very close and usually was in the thick grass diving for food. Photograped at The Viera Wetlands. Photograped at The Viera Wetlands. Photograped at The Viera Wetlands. Photograped at […]

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We have been having rain for the past few days in Orlando; Here are some photos from Merritt Island NWR taken last January. I have only seen an American Bittern this Winter. Photographed at Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge on January 24, 2009. I about dropped my camera when the Clapper Rail started calling about […]

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