When I visit Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge, I’m never sure what I’ll see. But almost every time there’s something new and interesting. I hadn’t been to Gator Creek Rd. for sunrise in a while. This spot is at one of the curves where there’s a break in the mangroves so you can get down … Continue reading Merritt Island – 4/3/19
Kevin M. asked if I wanted to go photographing on Saturday and we decided to go over to Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge. I hadn’t been in a while and I wanted to see how it’s doing during the Government shutdown. We also invited Kevin K. to go along. Sunrise by the causeway We stopped … Continue reading Is Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge Shutdown?
Hello faithful readers! This is the next entry in the blog category called “Postcards” where I occasionally post photos of Central Florida scenes – similar to a postcard. I’m using the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International license for these instead of “All rights reserved”, so you’re welcome to download these at full resolution for your personal use. … Continue reading Merritt Island Postcard
I went over to Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge last weekend with Kevin K. and Kevin M. On the way, we stopped by the Cocoa Beach Pier for sunrise. Anticipation – two surfers waiting for waves at dawn This year, Florida red tide’s been found in many spots along both the gulf and Atlantic coasts. … Continue reading Cocoa and Merritt Island – 20 Oct 2018
First an announcement: If you’re here because you didn’t get an email from the blog this week, please see the very last bullet at the bottom of this post. And for those interested, you can read much more about other blog tech details / status / news following the Merritt Island photo update. Merritt Island … Continue reading Merritt Island & Blog Status
If you’ve held off visiting MINWR or BPWD because you were uneasy about hurricane damage and lack of wildlife – stop worrying. The place is rapidly getting back to normal and there’s every reason to get out there and witness some of Central Florida’s beauty.
If you have any questions about how to do this kind of thing, please leave a comment and I’ll do my best to answer.
I worry about the areas where fertilizer runoff and septic tank leakage can lead to pollution, brown tide, lack of oxygen and dead fish and animals. I hope that we can come up with solutions so that people living in close proximity to our natural resources don’t destroy them.
Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge and Viera Wetlands are two of my favorite places to photograph and I had time to visit both last week. They’re each wonderful and seem similar, yet they can be very different.
Kevin M. organized a quick trip over to Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge last weekend and invited me to go with him and Kevin K. We started at Space View Park, where we watched a lovely sunrise. Dawn from Space View Park Next we drove around Black Point Wildlife Drive where there were lots of birds, some wild hogs, some … Continue reading Merritt Island – 1/31/15