You never know where you will find wildlife. Out one day at Oscar Scherer State Park, looking for plants, animals and insects to photograph, Daniel Olson and his wife, Cindy Miner, were “enchanted with the stunning vision of a tiny scarlet-bodied wasp moth feasting on climbing hemp-weed,” Olson said in an email. Then they encountered a “handsome” male osprey “searching the heights for any form of danger.” Later, they confronted a male pine warbler grazing for insects on a pine tree candle, and “rubbed elbows with a doll-faced tufted titmouse,” he said. Moving along, they were amazed to discover a “very active beehive” that measured five feet in length. Then they “put all our ducks in a row when we came across a striking northern shoveler and a dazzling hooded merganser.” Where? During a stop at Westfield Sarasota Square Mall.”

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