Florida State Wildflower

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Mullet Lake Park – September 2016

“Left alone, the Florida panther would be remembered as a textbook exercise on how to go extinct while your abundant and vociferous advocates argue about the process.” – Stephen J. O’Brian

“Do more – talk less.” – Frank

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Red Belly Mystery Solved

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redbelly Red Belly Woodpecker – Mullet Lake Park – December 2014

Even the woodpecker owes his success to the fact that he uses his head and keeps pecking away until he finishes the job he starts” – Coleman Cox

The mystery is solved, I finally found a picture showing the red belly of the woodpecker. Most woodpecker pictures show them  clinging to a tree and seldom reveal their belly. I found this guy searching my archives. Taken at Mullet Lake Park in Geneva, FL.

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