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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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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.

Humph!
Kay Wells wrote on Fri, Feb 26, 2010 [ Send Email ]
This soft-shelled turtle was resting on the water's edge at Viera Wetlands, stretching his legs and trying to soak up some not-seen-lately sun. They are not one of nature's prettier creatures.

Beacon in the Grass
Kay Wells wrote on Thu, Feb 25, 2010 [ Send Email ]
This Eastern Meadowlark was doing what its name implies, hunting around in the grasslands at Viera Wetlands. The vivid coloring really showed up against the brown grasses.

Kay Wells wrote on Thu, Feb 25, 2010 [ Send Email ]
This Eastern Meadowlark was doing what its name implies, hunting around in the grasslands at Viera Wetlands. The vivid coloring really showed up against the brown grasses.

Snail Hunter
Kay Wells wrote on Mon, Feb 15, 2010 [ Send Email ]
A limpkin searches for apple snails, its primary food, at Viera Wetlands.

Lunch Storage
Kay Wells wrote on Sun, Feb 7, 2010 [ Send Email ]
The Loggerhead Shrike impales its insect catches on thorns, both for convenient eating and storage for later. When no thorns are near, a barbed-wire fence bordering Viera Wetlands works perfectly.

Viera Wetlands
Oscar Vazquez-Ortiz wrote on Tue, Feb 2, 2010 [ Send Email ]
Viera Wetlands is one of
Florida's prime birding and photography destinations. In addition to the regular birds found in the State they have Eagles and Caracaras.


Oscar Vazquez-Ortiz wrote on Mon, Feb 1, 2010 [ Send Email ]
A must go-to place for both birders and photogs!


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