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A Common Moorhen stretching it's wings.

The water level was as high today as I have ever seen it here and there were almost no wadding birds to shoot.

Why no wadding birds? I think the deep water allows the fish, frogs, etc. to disperse making them harder to find. Furthermore, wadding in deep water where there are Alligators is probably not a good idea.

But where did the birds go. My guess is someplace close as many of them consider Wakodahatchee home. But exactly where the went I don't know.

2006 by Peter Schulz