Some close ups of the osprey on the top right corner of the first image. This is in Lovers Key State Park, I was looking for dry trees to photograph. These particular trees have been affected by erosion, the are dry and bleached by the sun. Eventually they will become drift wood. Both stages of … Read more Looking for Dry Trees at Lovers Key State Park
I am so excited to be able to share my birds!!! This is my first time participating, I am happy to find this challenge because I have so many pictures of birds, I love to take pictures and observed bird… I call them, my birds.
Today I will be sharing Wood Stork. I took these pictures at Sebastian Inlet, Florida on June 6 2020.
We went to visit Lima Peru back in March 2019 just for 5 days. When I checked that we could do this one day trip to the Ballesta Island I didn’t think twice. We took a speed boat in the town of Paracas.
The Ballestas Islands are mostly made of rocks formations and they are a sanctuary for marine bird and mammals.
Inca terns, Peruvian Bobby, Blue-footed Bobby and more….
It is impressive how the pop of all these birds ” guano” is such a valuable resource in this area. Guano it is a valuable fertilizare resource, use locally and exported all over the world.
After the amazing boat tour at the Ballesta Island, you can get a plate of delicious Ceviche and then head to Huacachina Village for an exhilarating dune buggy and sand boarding experience.
Check out my next post for the dune buggy and sand boarding experience.