Kestrels in the District, Part II
The Maintenance Yard: Migration in Rock Creek Park
Enraptured with Raptors
Bombay Hook NWR
Belize: Possum Point Biological Station
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Photo Essay: American Kestrels & the surprising avian diversity of Washington, D.C.
Matthew's Picks: Favorite Birds
Spring & Summer in Northern Virginia
The King and the Red-Tail
District of Columbia
Everglades National Park
Rockies & Southwest
Threatened & Endangered
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Off to the Races
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I took this shot without using my flash as our boat entered the lagoon- Clifford's silhouette is on the right as the wake of the boat glows blue.
Kelci was exceptionally brave and entered the water so I could get this shot! There are so many jellyfish and other unknown dangers that we do not recommend tourists try this.
Clifford steers the boat through the bioluminescent lagoon as Kelci is awestruck by the brilliant blue glow of the boat wake
A tour boat enters the bioluminescent lagoon for the first time
The tour boat drives through the lagoon- the faster the boat goes, the bigger the wake and brighter the luminescence!
Gretchen puts her hand in the water to create her own luminescent wake. The tour group is delighted to see fish of all sizes swimming through the water, leaving trails of light behind them.
One more shot of the boat going through the bioluminescent lagoon!
Sarah poses in front of the spectacular, glowing boat wake as Clifford makes a slow turn through the bioluminescent lagoon.