The weir in Myakka River State Park helps control the water level in Upper Lake, the park's largest body of water. During the dry winter months not much water flows over the weir, but there is still some water. The shallows are a popular gathering spot for wading birds and alligators.One alligator basks in the morning sun in the center foreground while others line the shore to the left. The weir itself is the light colored structure in the upper right..
May 14th, 2017
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