Momma Owl was spotted in an adjacent Oak tree napping midday
She moves to various branches for viewing all angles
Any movement or noise catches her attention
Alligators chillin' at Elm Lake (Brazos Bend State Park)
Inch by inch the American Bittern stalks its prey
Blue Heron drops in to hunt for food
This Owlet has itself a bloody nose and well hidden in a large Oak tree.
Seems as though this one is staring right at me?
Although there wasn't a lot of sun, I ran across 12 gators in less than a 1/4 mile walk
Although asleep, she's close enough to watch/hear if an owlet is in danger
The eyes of the Owl are a creation wonder
Even birds get the itches at times
Woodie cruises through the timber of BBSP
This maybe the "reddest" Cardinal I've seen?!
A bit bloody, but comfortably hidden
Even as youngsters one sleeps as the other keeps an eye out
White Ibis perched for action
Sunning at BBSP
White Egret speared this crawfish for a snack
Woe, wait there are two of these little guys up there?!
This guy walked right in front of me and laid down
The American Bittern is rarely spotted out in the open and is a master of camouflage
Red-eared Turtle climbs atop a log to "lay-out"
Moms eyes fixed on babies from nearby Oak tree
She finally looked around for a minute and then drifted off to sleep again.