Female anhinga with something stuck on her beak. These birds always strike nice poses. She's probably thinking "I hope you can photoshop this thing off my beak."
Pileated woodpecker stopping for a picture. There's a handful of them living at the park and even if I don't see them I can hear them calling loudly across the woods.
Red shouldered hawk sitting quietly. He was sitting very close to the boardwalk and stayed there while several people walked by and stopped to take pictures.
Some type of warbler.
Coots in the water. Coots are back for the winter and are everywhere.
A tiny alligator getting some sun.
The weather has cooled off a bit. The morning I went out for a walk at Chesnut Park it was windy and cool. The park is mostly wooded and the shade felt much colder than the sun. There was also a strong wind coming off the lake. Even the hawk was fluffed up trying to keep warm. There still wasn't a lot of interesting birds around. Only the usual that we see all year round. Except for the coots. They are here from the north by the thousands. I only saw the one small alligator. I think since the wind was colder than the water, most of them were staying under water until later in the day.