Reconstructed 1700′s shelter used by members of the Alabama Tribe of the Upper Creek Indians.
The shelter is on the grounds of the reconstructed French Fort Toulouse near Wetumpka, Alabama.
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Stingrays swimming together. Captured this image from the Gulf State Park Pier, Gulf Shores, Alabama.
Dark blotches on the stingrays’ backs is due to refraction of sunlight entering the water.
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You may notice the Great Blue Heron is on a pier. Also, there were many people fishing (camera left) on the same pier which is located on Dauphin Island, Alabama.
What attracted my attention was people catching fish were giving some of them to the Great Blue Heron.
Some may argue that feeding a wild bird is never a good idea, because then it becomes too dependent on people for food.
However, their actions allowed me to capture the images below:
Other Sea Birds
Pelican Drying its Feathers
Pelican Claiming a New Perch
Seagull Taking Flight
Although the Maned Wolf may look like a fox, it is not.
Maned Wolf’s habitat is Central South America.
Sometimes referred to as the Skunk Wolf because of its odor.
Captured the image of these orange flip flops on the beach at Dauphin Island, AL.
More Dauphin Island Images
Ripples in the Sand
Sculpted Shore Line
Rocks and Surf