Orlando’s Lake Dixie and Lake Cherokee

MaryKate had the day off last Thursday for Independence Day and invited me to walk around Lake Dixie and Lake Cherokee with her.  I was glad to go – I’d been by before, but only inside a car and unable to take a close look.  We also wanted to check on how the cygnets she … Continue reading Orlando’s Lake Dixie and Lake Cherokee

Lake Davis Ducks

You may remember this post from last year: https://edrosack.com/2019/07/07/orlandos-lake-dixie-and-lake-cherokee/.  I included a photo of a juvenile Wood Duck and commented that I was looking forward to seeing them in their breeding colors. Well now I have! Male Wood Duck Male Wood Duck, ©2020, MK Rosack The gentlemen are indeed handsome and the ladies are lovely … Continue reading Lake Davis Ducks

Another baby bird update

It’s still baby bird season here in Central Florida.  I thought I’d update you on several I’ve been following. Lake Cherokee Mute Swans As of May 23rd, there are three surviving cygnets at Lake Cherokee (this photo is from May 17th).  On April 25th, I counted 6. Lake Davis Mute Swans There are only two … Continue reading Another baby bird update