Rich and I stopped at Lowry Park Zoo on our way home from Fort De Soto a few weeks ago. It was mid-day, so the light was horrible and the animals were asleep. I didn’t take many pictures. There aren’t as many wading birds nesting over the alligator exhibit this year, and I didn’t see any spoonbill nests. That was disappointing. But another pink bird gave me an interesting opportunity…
Want to learn more about nature photography at Lowry Park Zoo?
Check out my Lowry Park Zoo page with more information about the location, map, website, photography tips, etc. It is archived by date so you can see my images from previous visits. Maybe you'll be inspired for your own trip!
Planning a trip to Florida? Don't miss my Central Florida Bird Photography Locations reference guide!