Tag: Alligators

Alligator Season begins today

Here in the Sunshine State, there’s a Gator Season each summer that lasts for 30 days. The season opens today. If you’d like to know more about gator hunting in these parts,¬†¬†here’s a bulletin from our Fish And Wildlife Commission where you can get… Continue Reading “Alligator Season begins today”

A Sad Reminder About Nature

Those of you who’ve read this blog much know what a total tree-hugging nature nut I am. No doubt, you love Mother Nature as much as I do. Having said that, the natural world with all its awe-inspiring beauty and diversity is like anything… Continue Reading “A Sad Reminder About Nature”

Mr. Gator Hangin’ Around at the Ritch Grissom Memorial Wetlands in Brevard County

Saw this gator playing peek-a-boo among some aquatic plants. Had my trusty camera at the ready, so I got off a shot or three. I’m liking ’em and thought I’d pass some of them along. Before too long I had a chance to get… Continue Reading “Mr. Gator Hangin’ Around at the Ritch Grissom Memorial Wetlands in Brevard County”

Having a Fine Time at Trimble Park on Earth Day

This is my third visit to Trimble Park on the farthest edge of Orange County and I’m havin’ a ball! Took plenty of photos, too. I’ll have more to say about this beautiful spot a bit later. For now, here are a couple of… Continue Reading “Having a Fine Time at Trimble Park on Earth Day”

Tragedy Strikes a Family at Disney World

On Tuesday, June 14th, two year old Lane Graves was wading in ankle-deep water at Disney’s flagship resort, The Grand Floridian, when he was attacked and dragged under by an alligator. Although his father was close by and tried to keep young Lane from… Continue Reading “Tragedy Strikes a Family at Disney World”