Walking along the edge of this wetlands area the brush on either side of the trail can have plenty of different locals to photograph. Of course there is the ever present green stuff and branches to deal with.
First shot is a Green Heron, and yes partly blocked by vegetation. Small Green guys were not around a lot so any opportunity I took advantage of.
Anhinga love it here. Plenty of open water and that means fish. I think the first time I ever saw an Anhinga was near here. No tropical birds like this in New England.
Last in this series is the always present Great Blue Heron. Here all I could get was a head shot. The bird popped his head up over the brush and froze when he spotted me. I grabbed the shot and moved on.
Photographs taken at the Viera Wetlands, St. Johns River, Florida.