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👑 Nikki (@nikkipix76) Instagram Profile Photo
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👑 Nikki

Niceville, Florida

So. Fast. It seems the Brown Anoles have followed me home after the construction mess was cleaned up. This guy was peeking in my windows all weekend. They have somehow managed to take over the spot by the backdoor where the more gregarious and curious Green Anoles were living. 😩 Will they and runoff my playmates? 🦎 They could at least stay put for a decent photo. 😝 . #floridawildlife

Robert.D.Clardy (@robert.d.clardy) Instagram Profile Photo
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Robert.D.Clardy

We 💙 Ginnie. Who would you take here? Tag and @PureFlorida to share! Don't forget to follow:➡ @Robert.D.Clardy 😎 ✅ 😍 * ✅🐶💓 * 🌸 Tag & Share with your Friends⤵ * 🎬Directed by @PureFlorida #floridawildlife 🌴

The Florida River Otter. Did you know they are found throughout all of Florida except the Keys? There is a pond on the property I’m staying at and these two show up from time to time to enjoy the sanctity of a private pond... so peaceful. life

Lois Fraser (@loisfraser) Instagram Profile Photo
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Lois Fraser

Guess what this pair of Southeastern Lubber Grasshoppers has been up to? After engaging in some “acoustic courtship” to locate each other (which also drew my attention!), these two lovers got right down to business. Swipe to see a photo of that. I know you’re curious! FYI, that’s the male on top. This pair must have been out on a few dinner dates before this encounter; they have eaten a noticeable portion of the crinum lily they are using as their . wildlife

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NancyE/Naturesportal Workshops

Florida

Continuing on with the older recovered harddrive on this Monday morning. Boy was this a good summer, June of 2011 along the Palm Coast of Florida at a least tern colony that gave us photographers many a wonderful morning, especially with its wonderful pinkish sand as a back drop. It was so incredible to see these least tern chicks and how camouflaged nature made them to help with their survival in their early days. Captured with the Nikon D300s and Nikon 500 f/4 AF-S lens with the Nikon 1.4E II TC, iso 800, f/10, 1/2000, tripod. More of my photographic memories and workshop schedule may be found on www.naturesportal.net. #floridawildlife

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