Behind site 14, Dr. Whooot, as we've named him, spends most of his time by his self-made nest on the edges of the nature trail. He's not pesty but he does let us know when he's home with a characteristic "who, who."
This gobblin' gal stopped by for a bit of
deer corn. She's in a hurry to eat as much
as she can before the rest of her flock
arrives and she has to share.
our night vision motion activated camera in
a quiet corner of the acreage.
is Gaylord, our gator guest. The gators traverse the nearby Medina River and get access to
the Medio Creek but generally they just make
a pass through the park and head on down
the River. Occasionally we'll find a slide
into the water that the gators used often enough
to make it obvious on the water banks.
We've never had one spray but occasionally their musky scent
will touch your nose if one has recently walked by.
a sunbathing turtle trying to hide from you by taking a dip into the water.