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Nature photographers worry about Circle B popularity in wake of viral gator video

Nature photographers worry about Circle B popularity in wake of viral gator video

  • The Circle B photographer’s group has gotten so many requests to join that it has temporarily stopped accepting new members.
  • Nature photographers worry about Circle B popularity in wake of viral gator video
  • Circle B has gotten a lot of traffic since then
  • “Also, the animals out are used to people so you can get close to the animals to get pictures.”
  • Many group members are concerned that all the hoopla about Mr. Humpback will bring so many people to Circle B that it will lead to problems.

The Circle B photographer’s Facebook group has gotten so many requests to join that it has temporarily stopped accepting new members.

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People who take nature photographs at Circle B Bar Reserve in Lakeland are concerned about all the extra visitors in the wake of the latest viral gator video taken there.

Winter Haven resident Ed Rizer takes pictures of wildlife at Circle B a few times a week.

“The variety of animals you might see out here,” said Riser. “Also, the animals out here are used to people so you can get close to the animals to get pictures.”

Rizer is part of a Circle B photographer’s Facebook group with hundreds of members.

“That way we keep the information amongst us and everybody can find the rare stuff,” said Rizer.

Rizer has taken thousands of pictures of rare birds, alligators and bobcats at Circle B.

The Circle B photographer’s group has gotten so many requests to join that it has temporarily stopped accepting new members.

Many group members are concerned that all the hoopla about Mr. Humpback will bring so many people to Circle B that it will lead to problems.

“If it gets too busy, there’ll be all kind of people running around making noise, kids throwing rocks in the water,” said Rizer.

Nature photographers worry about Circle B popularity in wake of viral gator video

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