Great Blue Heron Taking No Chances - Click To Enlarge

Great Blue Heron Taking No Chances

If this is the first stick, the proposal, he is either courting the prettiest girl in the swamp, or just not taking any chances.

Great Blue Heron Taking No Chances - Click To Enlarge
Great Blue Heron Taking No Chances – Click To Enlarge
Great Blue Heron Taking No Chances - Click To Enlarge
Great Blue Heron Taking No Chances – Click To Enlarge
Great Blue Heron Taking No Chances - Click To Enlarge
Great Blue Heron Taking No Chances – Click To Enlarge

He took his time flying by, he was almost getting tangled in his small tree. Finally he did land in a near by tree but I could not see how it went. This tree had maybe 4 – 5 couples nesting. The males made trips as long as I was there. One stick at a time. I think this is going to take a little while.

Great Blue Heron Taking No Chances - Click To Enlarge
Great Blue Heron Taking No Chances – Click To Enlarge

 

8 thoughts on “Great Blue Heron Taking No Chances”

    1. He was. There is a competition for the ladies favor, and then for the closest prize sticks. A big bird, one stick at a time, creates a mid air traffic jam at times. Not to mention loud disagreements.

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