A Day at the Swamp



This is the first alligator we have seen here after nearly 3 years in the Florida Panhandle. We walk at least a few miles several times a month at Conservation Park in Panama City Beach. There are several wooden walkways over wetlands there, and usually we do not see much wildlife outside of the birds and a few varieties of geckos. This may explain why we do not see any turtles or frogs. This was taken the afternoon of May 1st, 2017.

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