It's beautiful golden sunlight like this that photographers will wait and wait for...and it only lasts a few minutes. I was enjoying a visit at the birdwalk at Myakka State Park in Sarasota over the weekend when the sun started sinking and I knew the golden moments were about to arrive. What a special time! It seems the wildlife in the park wanted to enjoy it too and started showing up. If you look in the middle of the photo on left side, those black blobs are actually wild boar and the small white dots between them are baby boar. And, on the right side, that brown blotch is a deer. Even with my long lens, this was as close as I could get. But, I could see them really well through my binoculars. Apparently, this prairie, adjacent to the Myakka River, is a popular feeding ground. Flocks of migratory birds also arrived, which I'll show you over the next couple of days. The capper to the day was seeing a family of wild boar crossing the main road in the park after nightfall. They were so funny trying to get their little legs and rotund bodies to move quickly.