Black necked Stilts at Holey Land WMA

"Black necked Stilts at HoleyLand WMA"




This photography is of two Black necked Stilts taken at Holey Land Wildlife Management Area on Okeechobee Road (US27) between Broward and Palm Beach Counties. The gear used in this photo of the birds was a Nikon D90 with a Tamron 28-300mm lens. Note the high ISO.

If  you look closely at the Black-necked Stilt on the lower left. Notice of the two birds that this bird is missing its right leg, more than likely due to a skirmish with a hungry alligator, of which there are plenty!



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    9 Thoughts to “Black necked Stilts at Holey Land WMA”

    1. Ilya333

      Great work Alan.

    2. Jerry1514

      So pretty and good composure.

    3. Alan S Hochman Photo (@Photobug52) (@Photobug52)

      Black necked Stilts at HoleyLand WMA

    4. Belay Endeshaw

      Wow! you are great

    5. Anna.Soriota

      Alan, You got treal alent

    6. Anna Soriota

      Stunning photography. That bird sure has long legs! lol

    7. Andy.H

      I take it you live in Florida! :).

    8. Rita Waller

      Interesting looking bird! Looks like a yn yang design! lol

    9. Alan, i’ve been enjoying looking at your photos. This particular one of the black-necked stilts is a great inspiration to me. I’ve never had the chance to see one in person. Have a great day!

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