201608.13
The Backyard at Telephoto Florida Headquarters

The Backyard at Telephoto Florida Headquarters

Want to enhance the back yard birding experience? Study the regulars. Getting to know the birds that inhabit your area is a great way to enhance your birding skills. Telephoto Florida Headquarters, in Central Florida, is home to a good variety of bird species. We have our contingent of titmice, cardinals, woodpeckers, and Carolina wren. George, the neighborhood…

201501.12
Tampa Bay Lightning – Be the Thunder!

Tampa Bay Lightning – Be the Thunder!

Going to a hockey game in the south is a unique experience.  Flip flops and shorts replace parkas snow show shoes.  Out of town tourists and snow birds often outnumber the home team fans.  Rivalries can be intense leading to entertaining evening of high quality hockey. The 2004 Stanley Cup Champs, The Tampa Bay Lightning, and The Amalie Arena does it up right. Tickets…

201501.02
An Introduction to Telephoto Florida –  January 2015

An Introduction to Telephoto Florida – January 2015

Welcome to Telephoto Florida (TPF), a self-guided, virtual tour of the Sunshine State. If you are looking for things to do in Florida, from the obvious to the eclectic, be it birding, beaches, or theme park attractions, Telephoto Florida (TPF) has got you covered. Through first hand reviews, on site reporting and original photography, TPF documents…

201411.11
Istokpoga Park

Istokpoga Park

Istokpoga Park lies between Sebring and Lorida on Florida Hwy 98. This is a small park worth a quick stop if you are in the area and want a pretty place to stretch your legs.  When entering the park say hello to the rescued horses in the pasture and watch for crested caracaras. Osprey often…

201411.02
Lake Jesup

Lake Jesup

While picking up friends at the Sanford International Airport, Telephoto Florida took the opportunity to visit the GFBWT location at Lake Jesup. Unfortunately the recent summer storms rains had flooded the trails.  TPF birded the the boat launch area yielding some limpkin, purple gallinule and the ever present red shouldered hawk. This site is worth…