ALL PHOTOS BIG CYPRESS Birds Birds Swarming in Florida Everglades 10 years ago Alan S. Hochman Center map Traffic Bicycling Transit WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHY – BIG CYPRESS WMA, FL Tweet Subject Photo exif Data Camera Make and Model NIKON D90 Photo taken on February 20, 2010, 11:48 pm Focal Length 200mmShutter Speed 1/500Aperture @ƒ/8 Tags: Bird photography, Birding, Birds, Nature, Nature photography, Swarm of Birds Continue Reading Previous Little House On The PrairieNext Flower at Enchanted Forest Park 16 thoughts on “Birds Swarming in Florida Everglades” Love your photo’s i love nature and i love your pictures!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thank you Hilda I luv your photos Great shot!! Lovely shot Alan. My husband and I went to Florida a few years ago. My husband took lots of pictures. There are so many beautiful birds in Florida.We have never been to the Everglades.Perhaps we should put that on our travel list. You’re a good photographer and a passionate biologist! Wanna be like you 😀 Funny how the swallows disappear here on the West Coast during the winter and swarm on the East Coast then in a couple of months will show up here to nest and hang out for the Summer. Wonder if they are the same birds, they are definitely the same species of swallow. Thought they were supposed to fly South for the Winter. Thanks for your wonderful pictures. If you can take photos of mineral stone you will go into the magical world of shapes and colours it will be welcomed. Best regards mluce navas Nice. I’m going there this spring for some wildlife shoots. I can hardly wait. Beautiful photographs! I’m visiting friends in North Florida at the moment but I don’t get to see much in the way of wildlife. I MUST try harder! Thank you Lynda! Wildlife is everywhere. You just have to look! Enjoy your visit. Nice Photos 🙂 Much thanks! Fantastic pictures. I love nature, birds and animals. Having fun walking everywhere, especially nature centers. Blessings, Janet Thank you so much Janet. Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website TO PREVENT SPAM, PLEASE ANSWER THE FOLLOWING. THEN PRESS *Time limit is exhausted. Please reload CAPTCHA. 8 × = fifty six This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.