Hunting is banned in Lovers Key State Park unless, of course, you're an osprey. As it turns out, ospreys adore this park. I spotted at least half a dozen nests lining the beach less than 30 yards from the Gulf of Mexico. (Apparently, they subscribe to the adage 'location, location, location'.) They can sit in a tree high above everything, then soar a very short distance to hunt for some sushi. This handsome fellow cruised right overhead as he was heading out to look for dinner. Those intense yellow eyeballs and sharp beak are rather formidable, wouldn't you say?