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Posted by joanmn (My Page) on
Thu, Mar 15, 07 at 15:45

While driving through Merritt Island Wildlife Refuge, we saw two gators.
First, this guy (or girl).

Then this one:

DH noticed he had something in his mouth, I couldn't tell what it was until I looked at the pic on my computer.

I could tell it was a duck. I'm glad I didn't see him catch it.
Canon Digital Rebel, Canon 75-300mm IS USM lens.

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RE: Gator...

Great shots...

RE: Gator...

I love that wildlife refuge; we try to drive through 2 or 3 times a year. Last year I saw a flock of over 20 spoonbills but didn't have my camera with me!!!

RE: Gator...

Ok, Joan, when they start eating the nieve, the unaware and the uninitiated in Florida... time to head back to Minnesota.

There is probably a reason why there are more Minnesotians in Minnesota than the swamps of Florida. Hint, hint. ;)

RE: Gator...

Good action shots Joan!
Have only seen one so far in a ditch when visiting Orlando.


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