It’s time for the next phase in rookeries, the smaller wading birds.
This is a Black-crowned Night Heron who blew by heading out to one of the islands. A few were moving around so I was prepared, at least thinking about, a fly by.
Night Herons like to nest in the thick palms with plenty of cover. They still want the protection of a rookery, but more dense. This makes it harder to get many photographs since they are hidden.
In the last image above you can see part of the Egret rookery as he flew past.
These birds are fairly hard to catch in flight so I was surprised to get three images. I’m happy with one, this many is a bonus for me.