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Tale Of Two Herons: A Greeting

As these two young birds have grown it’s become easier to spot them moving around. At this point the oldest bird can stand pretty tall. To date they have survived several attacks and probably just as dangerous, the famous southern thunder storms.

I was at the nest the other day just as one of the adults returned. To the chicks this meant…Food !!

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Tale Of Two Herons, A Greeting – Click To Enlarge
Tale Of Two Herons, A Greeting - Click To Enlarge
Tale Of Two Herons, A Greeting – Click To Enlarge
Tale Of Two Herons, A Greeting - Click To Enlarge
Tale Of Two Herons, A Greeting – Click To Enlarge

The take out has been delivered.

6 thoughts on “Tale Of Two Herons: A Greeting”

    1. A good question. I can never find a definitive answer. It’s always vague since eggs hatch in the nests over time. They always are very different sizes. I hope they make it that far. Even the weather is against them. As I type this the swamp is in a severe weather alert area with heavy rains, wind, and hail (not too mention we live near by but have a roof). Documenting this gives you a whole different perspective.

    1. Thank you. Great Blue Herons being so large and agile can put on a beautiful show. They can look almost elegant when you photograph them. Thanks again.

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