FCCP Sunday Morning Photowalk at Chestnut Park

Every other Sunday morning we will meet at a local park to explore our "wild" side. Wear comfortable walking shoes. The trips will not be strenuous but may involve walking distances of one to two miles. Today we are going to explore Chestnut Park in Palm Harbor. Tides will be fairly low, but rising.

There are also 5 to 6 Great Blue Heron nests we'll be able to photograph, birds should be on their nests. Shorebirds and waders are common under these conditions. I've often seen Bald Eagles, Barred Owls, Wood Storks and Red-shouldered hawks in the area as well. Deer may also bee seen, so keep your eyes open

 

    

We'll meet at the very back parking lot by the volley ball court. This is near Shelters 9 & 10. You can read more about Chestnut Park at the County site.

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  • Sig O.

    hey what kind of cat was that on the leash? I can't remember.

    1 · September 1

  • Elaine S.

    I assume you are talking about the cat I am cat sitting for - Rowdy - He is a wonderful Bengal cat. Did you get any good pics of him??? Also, it is always fun to be with the group on a walk - motivating and interesting and we help each other see.

    1 · September 1

  • Sharon y.

    Great day! Great park! And as usual great people to share our hobby!

    1 · August 31

  • Sig O.

    Good times

    1 · August 31

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