I was going through some photos yesterday when I realized there was a couple of photos from my recent trip to Orlando that I intended to put into a blog post, but somehow forgot to. I am fixing that now. These pictures are from Orlando Wetlands Park.
Anhinga are fairly common in Florida. You often see them perched somewhere sunning themselves to dry their feathers. When it is time to eat, they swim under water to catch their food. Their body remains underwater when they surface for air, leaving only their long neck and head sticking out of the water.