I found a great little spot yesterday where two ditches come together to create a popular feeding spot for Egrets, Herons, Spoonbills, Limpkins, etc. There must have been well over 50 large birds in that one location. The banks are high and steep so it is possible to have very nice foliage reflections in the water, especially early in the morning when the sun is hitting the banks. For those who are familiar with the Celery Fields area it is on the other side of the berm opposite (the west side, along the commercial area) to the Raymond Ave observation deck.
Here is one of many photos.