I wasn't disappointed. As I got my camera gear and mosquito food (me) ready for a walk, the local Red tail hawk felt it was necessary to tell everyone I was there. That Red Tailed Hawk roosts well below the canopy of trees that cover the old railroad bed. He started his whistling as soon as I went through the gate.
The volunteers at this refuge work really hard to make it a great experience for all. It looks as though they may be getting ready for another water feature. The observation deck has been erected and will be enjoyed by all.
I'll share a few shots with you. I usually hike past the new bridge that was recently installed towards the river. Initially I referred to it as the wandering bridge. I think it has found a home for a long time.
Mornings on the Sabine are always beautiful.
I can never walk past a posing dragon fly
It is a little hazy this AM, but not bad.
One of the crossings that I look at every time I pass this way was really busy with indigenous creatures as well as visitors.
A resident of the park later in the day
carry out.....doggie bag.....
A member of the Heron Family. Saturday morning I was set to take more pictures of one of the gators eating another turtle. I was not prepared to see the gator eat one of the resident herons. Sorry, no pictures. I was not fast enough. The heron was on same limb as this one Saturday. I also went back Sunday in hopes of catching a repeat breakfast selection. Sunday morning was a bit different. The gator spent his time watching me watch him.
Perch for bk'fast hmmmm!
I guess all the Lilly pads were taken
A Humming bird in the wild is pretty hard to catch setting down
I'll try to post more this week