Monday, March 06, 2017
During one of the recent trips to Florida I slipped away one afternoon to explore the Tosohatchee Wildlife Management Area. I had not been there in about 30 years. Tosohatchee is about 5 miles south west of Christmas Florida. It has changed a lot in the past 30 years, a large track of additional land was added a few years ago. The trails / roads have been expanded and improved - though they are still sand and crushed rock.
Two Sandhill Cranes were in the middle of the road. As I slowly approached, they moved faster, seeming to not want to be passed. Eventually the pair went off the side of road into the grass. I rolled the window down and was able to get several great photographs as I passed. What pretty birds.
Do you enjoy a slow drive in the wilderness?