I usually find Night Herons one or two at a time. Now it’s what I have come to expect.
I should be more careful because I’m not expecting quick flights when photographing one. These two Black-crowned were out in the open, easy to take my time.
Not really the time I expected, I missed one flying almost on my head. The tree with two in the open was filled with small Herons.
Good fortune though, I spotted more and watched where the others flew to. They landed right down the pond.
I guess this is their comfortable roost so I will try to come at it from different directions now. If I don’t scare them into flight it’s a win for both of us.
Charleston, South Carolina.