Limpkin Images From Lake Woodruff NWR

I am still going through images that I never got around to posting when I was still working. And with Covid-19 restrictions it is giving me a chance to go through old images from previous photo trips. These are from one of my favorite National Wildlife Refuges, Lake Woodruff NWR, which is near the community of DeLeon Springs, Florida. The refuge is 21,574 acres of freshwater marshes, 5,800 acres of Cypress and mixed hardwood swamps, 2,400 acres of uplands, and more than 1,000 acres of lakes, streams, and canals. This was from a trip in March of 2005. So it goes back quite a ways! But it is a Great Refuge to photograph in. Especially when the Sandhill Cranes are all over the Refuge!

Limpkin, Lake Woodruff NWR, 100-400mm w/ 1.4x, 560mm, Canon DmkII
Limpkin, Lake Woodruff NWR, 100-400mm w/ 1.4x, 560mm, Canon 1DmkII
Limpkin, Lake Woodruff NWR, 100-400mm w/ 1.4x, 560mm, Canon 1DmkII
Limpkin, Lake Woodruff NWR, 100-400mm w/ 1.4x, 560mm, Canon 1DmkII

7 Comments on “Limpkin Images From Lake Woodruff NWR

    • Thanks so much Donna! It is one of my favorite NWRs to photograph in! Has to be the right season for my favorite birds though! I really love photographing the Sandhill Cranes! Last year the Sandhill Cranes would just walk up to us and start squawking at us. A little unnerving because they are quite tall! And quite Loud!

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