Delivering The Sticks, Heron

Delivering The Sticks, Heron

There is always activity now that nesting, and chicks, are in full swing.

Delivering The Sticks, Heron
Delivering The Sticks, Heron

Here there is a truce between Egrets and Herons.

Delivering The Sticks, Heron
Delivering The Sticks, Heron

At the moment both sets of birds are too busy to be bothered by the other.

Delivering The Sticks, Heron
Delivering The Sticks, Heron
Delivering The Sticks, Heron
Delivering The Sticks, Heron

 

2 thoughts on “Delivering The Sticks, Heron”

  1. I know that telephoto lenses compress distance a bit, but I am amazed that you can have nesting birds so close together, especially when they are of different species. As you noted, though, they are now to busy to squabble.

    1. They are within feet of each other in some Cypress. They fight at first, but over time give up. It can lead to trouble when the Heron chicks are left alone. Egrets are not good neighbors. However most Herons are usually big enough at that point to fend off any attackers until the cavalry arrive.

Leave a Reply