Earlier this week I visited Orlando Wetlands Park, east of Orlando. This is one of my favorite local wetlands and always enjoy visiting it. This was my first visit this year as they just reopened to the public after being closed for duck hunting season. Upon arrival, I found it to be a very foggy morning and hoped it would creating some cool moody lighting. In the very first cell, I found an incredible feeding frenzy of wading birds including several species of egrets and herons as well as lots of Roseate Spoonbills, Wood Storks, and both Glossy and White Ibises. I shot a lot of video but wanted to share this still that was pulled from a time lapse I did of the entire feeding frenzy. Stay tuned next week to see the whole video on the next Nature Profiles!