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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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Sunset Silhouette
Kay Wells wrote on Tue, Oct 16, 2012 [ Send Email ]
A Great Blue Heron in the evening light at Viera Wetlands

Colorful Pair
Kay Wells wrote on Sat, Oct 13, 2012 [ Send Email ]
European starlings are a much-maligned bird, but their colors really pop in the right light. These two at Viera Wetlands were watching a red-bellied woodpecker check out a hole they had already claimed for themselves.

Reflected Merganser
Kay Wells wrote on Tue, Sep 25, 2012 [ Send Email ]
A male Hooded Merganser reflected in the waters at Viera Wetlands

The One that Got Away
Shirley Torres wrote on Mon, Jul 30, 2012 [ Send Email ]
Just a short drive from Orlando, The Viera Wetlands offer great birding opportunities.

On Full Alert!
Kay Wells wrote on Thu, Jun 14, 2012 [ Send Email ]
A Green Heron surveys the the surrounding water at Viera Wetlands.

A Tiptop Perch
Kay Wells wrote on Wed, Jun 6, 2012 [ Send Email ]
On the way home from south Florida, we took a swing through Viera Wetlands and caught this Loggerhead Shrike. The cloudy pale sky gives the photo a high key effect.

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


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