These are really neat looking plants. They have three “hairy or furry” leaves” which pretty little pink/purple flowers emerge from. They have huge basal ( basal leaves on a plant […]
Thistles are very beneficial for wildlife and pollinators and there are a couple of varieties of thistles that I know are common at Chassahowitzka WMA. Bristle Thistle’s have sharp needle […]
The white-tailed deer a peaceful animal that lives within Florida’s beautiful habitat. Habitat: Woodlands and open prairie Life Span: 4-7 years in the wild Range: One square mile When photographing […]
Now this guy is in the Robber Fly family and what make it unique is they have a ability to hang by its forelegs while consuming their meal. This is […]
Earliest collection, according to the Atlas of Florida Plants, was June 1928 near Sebastian Florida by John K. Small. Habitat: Sandy soil growing around Longleaf Pine, Turkey Oaks, Saw Palmettos Bloom: […]
The American Alligator. I have photographed 5 different alligators at Chassahowitzka WMA. These are truly amazing creatures and an important part of Chassahowitzka ecosystem.
The journey begins August 2018 This is a personal photographic journey of places that I visit in Florida. The mission of this adventure is to not only educate myself about […]