Juvenile Night Heron Staring Back - click to enlarge

Juvenile Night Heron Staring Back

One of the more cooperative Night Herons I have seen.

Juvenile Night Heron Staring Back - click to enlarge
Juvenile Night Heron Staring Back – click to enlarge

I walked by this bird several times and he stayed there.

Juvenile Night Heron Staring Back - click to enlarge
Juvenile Night Heron Staring Back – click to enlarge

I have published a close up of him previously.

Juvenile Night Heron Staring Back - click to enlarge
Juvenile Night Heron Staring Back – click to enlarge

This is a Black-crowned Night Heron in the juvenile brown coloring.

Juvenile Night Heron Staring Back - click to enlarge
Juvenile Night Heron Staring Back – click to enlarge

 

2 thoughts on “Juvenile Night Heron Staring Back”

  1. I always love it when they stay nearby, sometimes even strolling along the boardwalk railing like the Tri-coloreds do. The adults near us tend to stay back in the trees more than the juvies – I assume maybe the young Night Herons just haven’t yet figured out this whole “people” thing yet!

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