A flash of gray goes by me. It's a tufted titmouse making a quick stop on a tree.
I'm starting to see cardinals everywhere.
Red bellied woodpecker.
Blue grey gnatcatcher. This has to be the tiniest bird there.
This woodpecker looked slightly different than the first one. It was smaller and did not have the red on it's head. It could be a different woodpecker or an immature red bellied, although his beak looks different as well. I searched through the over 200 different species of woodpeckers and decided my head would explode before guessing this one.
A great egret doing his duty. Yes, the whole world is a toilet.
I made a recent stop to the Florida Botanical Gardens (in Largo). The morning started out cloudy and I thought I would get rained out but later the sun came out (and so did the mosquitoes and humidity). There was a good variety of birds there but I did not find any of the little migrating birds such as warblers. I also did not see a single alligator although I know there are several there. I think it's still warm and they are hiding in the water.