Our national symbol, the bald eagle (explored on flickr.)
One of the more social birds, a Harris' hawk.
Common raven, shown here preening.
Turkey vulture, common to most of the U.S. Despite having a face only a mother could love, I can watch their graceful soaring all day.
Seen throughout the U.S., a Cooper's hawk.
One of the most common owls in North America, the great horned owl.
Perhaps one of the cutest in it's family, the burrowing owl.
Not an attraction of the park but rather flying nearby, a Mississippi kite.
Next up; land-based animals.
In unrelated art news, I will be artist of the month for June at Bayou Barber in Covington, LA (starting June 4th,) and my Sun through Live Oaks photo rec'd an Honorable Mention in the 2nd Edition of the Julia Margaret Cameron Award, hosted by the Worldwide Photography Gala Awards.