Here are a few birds I saw while riding our ebikes around Torry Island RV park. We were camping at South Bay County Park in South Bay, FL.
If I had to do it all over again, I would have tried to stay at Torry Island RV park instead of South Bay RV park. The road noise from Highway 27 was not pleasant and it was continuous.
The birding was most enjoyable!
~Little Blue Heron
However, the Okeechobee Lake levee, just outside of the South Bay RV park, was enjoyable to walk and ride on. South Bay to Torry Island was a two mile bike ride.
South Bay and the surrounding areas produce 57% of the Sugar Cane crops in the US. Sugar Cane fields for miles and miles.
Belle Glade, a neighboring town, is known for its fertile soil and sugarcane production, carrying the slogan “Her Soil is her Fortune.” The town is found on the southeast edge of Lake Okeechobee in Palm Beach County, Florida.
2 thoughts on “~Florida Shore Birds at Torry Island and Sugar Cane Fields”
Shore birds are my favorite and the little blue heron is so cute! As always, your pictures are beautiful. Gay
You saw so many great birds! Some I’ve never seen.