Appreciating Deeply, Photos of Fauna Anhingas in Love, Delray Beach 11 January 2018 11 January 2018 Birds Taken a few minutes before closing at the Wakodahatchee Wetlands in Delray Beach. Thanks to Jim Robertson & Gwen Williams for the Wakodahatchee recommendation. Great Blue Heron, Titusville Wood Storks, Delray Beach 5 Comments Jim Robertson 14 January 2018 at 3:44 pm 1 year ago Nice images Isabel. Come back in a few weeks after the eggs yet-to-be laid have hatched and it is neat to see the chicks sticking their long sharp beaks down the parent’s throat to obtain food. Isabel Gibson 14 January 2018 at 9:12 pm 1 year ago Jim R – Stay tuned! I have one or two almost clear photos of the feeding. It triggers my gag reflex . . . Jim Taylor 14 January 2018 at 10:53 pm 1 year ago The only good thing that can be said about parent birds’ way of feeding their young is that it’s a lot more caring than the reptiles who simply abandon their offspring in the sand, on the shore, in the rushes, wherever. Bards are amazing creatures — their ability to operate in three dimensions, the sense of navigation, their ability to make tools, etc. — but their ways of feeding nestlings are not something I would recommend as an evolutionary example to follow. Jim T Isabel Gibson 15 January 2018 at 8:31 am 1 year ago Jim T – Well, it seems to work for them, and *that’s* a good thing. And, like reading Nietzsche, I’m glad it’s not me. Comments are closed.