I’m back in the Florida Keys on field work, kayaking and snorkelling for a marine polyclad called the tiger flatworm Maritigrella crozieri. It feeds on the ascidian tunicate or sea squirt, (Ecteinascidia turbinata) in the mangroves. Before the plane had even landed at Miami I saw a Loggerhead Shrike flying around some vegetation on the runway. Today I got great looks at Yellow-crowned Night Heron, Brown Pelican, Royal Tern, White-crowned Pigeon, White Ibis, Osprey, Belted Kingfisher, Red-bellied Woodpecker and Great White Heron. Unfortunately water and cameras don't mix (unless you have under-water housing) but here is photo from last time.