Photo Essay: Florida Keys part 4 – Flora and Fauna

Aside from the chickens, which are fun in their own right, the Florida Keys and Key West are home to a variety of unique animals, beautiful flowering plants, and the soaring palm tree, which always adds a tropical touch.

We'll start with the chickens.

We’ll start with the chickens.

 

The adorable deer of Big Pine Key.

The adorable deer of Big Pine Key.

 

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Florida’s most notable, and not so adorable, character. This was at Blue Hole Observation Platform on Big Pine Key.

 

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Gorgeous greens of the Florida Keys and Key West.

 

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I have no idea what this tree is. If you have any idea, let me know.

 

St. Paul's Episcopal Church and the beautiful royal ponciana trees

St. Paul’s Episcopal Church and the beautiful royal ponciana trees (the orange). I would love to know what the tree with the yellow flowers is.

 

Cute koi at Kermit's Key West Key Lime Shoppe.

Cute koi at Kermit’s Key West Key Lime Shoppe.

 

Marina scenes.

Waiting for the day’s catch.

More Keys, please …

 

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  1. This arcitle is a home run, pure and simple!

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