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All Eyes photo gallery: Natural panorama at Safety Harbor Waterfront Park

Roseate Spoonbills feed in a shallow area off the Safety Harbor Waterfront Park boardwalk. - A variety of bird species are visible from the boardwalk at the Safety Harbor  Waterfront Park. The 2,500-linear-foot boardwalk, runs through mangroves and along the edge of Tampa Bay and crosses over a planted shallow water area next to the bay where birds were seen feeding Wednesday morning 6/28/2017.

JIM DAMASKE | Times

Roseate Spoonbills feed in a shallow area off the Safety Harbor Waterfront Park boardwalk. - A variety of bird species are visible from the boardwalk at the Safety Harbor Waterfront Park. The 2,500-linear-foot boardwalk, runs through mangroves and along the edge of Tampa Bay and crosses over a planted shallow water area next to the bay where birds were seen feeding Wednesday morning 6/28/2017.

Safety Harbor Waterfront Park boardwalk runs alongside Tampa Bay.

A variety of bird species are visible from the boardwalk at the Safety Harbor Waterfront Park.

The 2,500-linear-foot boardwalk, runs through mangroves and along the edge of Tampa Bay and crosses over a planted shallow water area next to the bay where birds were seen feeding Wednesday morning 6/28/2017.

            

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A section of the Safety Harbor Waterfront Park boardwalk runs alongside Tampa Bay.

            

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An elegant Great Egret makes an appearance in a wetland area next to the Safety Harbor Waterfront Park boardwalk.

            

JIM DAMASKE

     

A Reddish Egret strikes a pose in a rejuvenated wetland area by the boardwalk in the Safety Harbor Waterfront Park.

            

JIM DAMASKE

     

A maturing little blue heron struts in a small wetlands area by the boardwalk in the Safety Harbor Waterfront Park.

            

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A little blue heron glides toward the Safety Harbor Waterfront Park

            

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A white ibis in a small wetlands area in the Safety Harbor Waterfront Park

            

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A tricolored heron in a small wetlands in the Safety Harbor Waterfront Park.

            

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The boardwalk in the Safety Harbor Waterfront Park runs over a sea of mangroves.

All Eyes photo gallery: Natural panorama at Safety Harbor Waterfront Park 06/28/17 [Last modified: Wednesday, June 28, 2017 6:43pm]
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