Since I don’t have an underwater camera, I have not taken many photos of fish at Douglass Park. The only fish I see and photograph fairly often are the large schools of baby catfish that swarm in the lagoon waters during the warmer months. Here’s what they looked like:
I’ve also seen birds eating baby catfish on many occasions, including herons, terns, ducks, grebes, and gulls. Here are a few photos of that happening:
Once the weather warms, I’ll be looking for more opportunities to photograph fish in Douglass Park.