There is a marina and restaurant down there, so good for lunch and at night the place is jumping, we went for dinner and there was a live band on. We had a table by the water which was lit up, and at one point a porpoise or dolphins fin came to the surface, it was quite surreal as I was eating Dolphin (the fish not the mammal) Anyway back to the day visit, boats can be launched at this place and a waterway leads out to Biscaye Bay.
We followed the waterway and out onto the causeway as far as we could without getting feet wet, to go on meant paddling barefoot and as the rocks were a bit on the rough side, enough said.
|beyond this point it is best to have foot-ware you don't mind getting wet.|
|Brown Pelican, always an interesting bird to observe.|
|Then a group of them came in.|
Then walking back along the peninsula my keen eyed wife spotted this hiding in the mangroves.
|Immature Black-crowned Night Heron|
|slightly better view, too many branches, we've all been there.|
|Common Myna, there are quite a lot of these roaming round Miami, its an introduced species native to Southeast Asia.|
|And lastly a view of the channel where boaters are instructed to leave no wake because of Manatees.|