Dry Tortugas National Park: April
Once again I had an amazing spring
journey to Dry Tortugas National Park. Bird migration was fairly slow compared to
years past, but I always find subjects to photograph in the tortugas! Enjoy!!
The dock at Loggerhead Key
The full moon rises over Bush Key
female Magnificent Frigatebird
hovering over her nest
Magnificent Frigatebird chick
Magnificent Frigatebird male
Fort Jefferson at dusk
Sooty Terns are known for not
returning to land for years at a time,
so it's unique to photograph one of
these guys with an island for a background!
Dawn tiptoes in with a palette of
pastels set against the Fort Jefferson harbor light
Life and Death: Merlin devours a
Caught at the perfect moment,
Loggerhead Lighthouse stands before the sunset
the elegant plumage of the Brown
Fort Jefferson, a truly unique and
Magnificent Frigatebird (female)
Buttonwoods frame the Fort
Jefferson Harbor Light
A bird of the wide open prairies of
North and South America, the Upland Sandpiper
seems a bit out of place on a
subtropical island! I hope he made it to Kansas or wherever he was
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