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Viera Wetlands
Florida, United States

Address 10001 North Wickham Rd. Viera
Phone and Fax (321) 255-4328

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Tri-color Viera
Larry Nieland wrote on Tue, Feb 21, 2012 [ Send Email ]
Having spent most of the day here, I would say morning is best for birding. Expecting to see many Sandhills ... but only a few NOT nesting. Two Ospreys and two eagles in the area ....and the most important advice if you stay the day - bring your own toilet paper !

Contemplative Limpkin
Kay Wells wrote on Tue, Jan 31, 2012 [ Send Email ]
A limpkin pauses for a few minutes before resuming his search for snails.

Hey! Quit Shovin'!
Kay Wells wrote on Thu, Jul 28, 2011 [ Send Email ]
The Black-bellied Whistling Duck used to be known as a "tree duck," and one could see why at Viera Wetlands on this visit. Many of the palm tree stumps were occupied by a duck, and two were trying to perch on this snag, which only had room for one.

WHAT?
Kay Wells wrote on Fri, Mar 11, 2011 [ Send Email ]
A male Ring-necked Duck in breeding colors at Viera Wetlands

PlacestoGo, ThingstoDo
Deborah Stuart wrote on Fri, Feb 25, 2011 [ Send Email ]
beautiful morning inViera

Morning Golden Duck
Kay Wells wrote on Wed, Feb 16, 2011 [ Send Email ]
A duck glides in the water at Viera Wetlands, colored golden by the rays of the rising sun.

Drat, It's Cold!
Kay Wells wrote on Tue, Feb 15, 2011 [ Send Email ]
A Great Blue Heron hunkers down, waiting for the sun to warm things up at Viera Wetlands. A brisk wind was also blowing.

This Is My Turf!
Kay Wells wrote on Sun, Mar 14, 2010 [ Send Email ]
This Great Blue Heron, and another one nearby, were doing what we guessed were territorial displays, strutting with their wings extended and their beaks pointed toward the sky. It was definitely a busy day at Viera.

Head of a Limpkin
Kay Wells wrote on Sat, Mar 6, 2010 [ Send Email ]
The Limpkins at Viera Wetlands are a little more used to people, so a close-up of this normally-elusive bird is possible.

Down The Hatch!
Kay Wells wrote on Wed, Mar 3, 2010 [ Send Email ]
A Glossy Ibis sucks down a bite at Viera Wetlands. This bird appears dark at a distance, but a closer view, especially in the sunlight, reveals an array of gorgeous colors.


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