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I was birding on the Apopka Wildlife drive, which is a series of roads, with large expanses of marshes on either side. As I was creeping along, looking at the Anhinga's, gators and Purple Gallinules, this small yellow bird popped up out of the reeds and showed itself to be a Least Bittern. A species that is rarely seen at the edge of the water line in dense marshes, let along perched up out in the open. I was able to get a couple shots off of him and withing a few minutes, I watched him fly across the road and go back into the dense marsh grass.
May 5th, 2019
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