Category: Brevard county

The Snowy Egret, 03 March 2012

Egretta thula, the Snowy egret; Brevard county, Florida (03 March 2012). The Snowy egret, Egretta thula, is a common-yet-charming species in the Florida I know and love. These smallish egrets sport bold yellow feet and equally bold yellow lores — the featherless facial areas…

The Great Egret, 03 March 2012

Ardea alba, the Snowy egret; Brevard county, Florida (03 March 2012). A simple set of shots for an otherwise chilly day in the temporal Here & Now. Featured here is a Great egret, Ardea alba, sporting its breeding colors (see the green in front…

This Striped Crayfish Snake is Not an Astronaut, 08 February 2015

Liodytes alleni, the Striped crayfish snake; Brevard county, Florida (08 February 2015). The Striped crayfish snake, Liodytes alleniĀ (previously and alternatively classified asĀ Regina alleni), is a slick and reclusive little serpent. Averaging around a foot and a half in length as adults, this species spends…

A rowdy Garter tearing it up at Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge; 31 July 2016

Thamnophis sirtalis sirtalis, the Eastern garter snake; Brevard county, Florida (31 July 2016). When it comes to punchiness and unnecessary carnage, some Garter snakes have a bit more kick than others. This individual was indeed one of the slightly-punchy garters I’ve come across in…