An old wooden structure out in a marsh has been a wading bird favorite spot for a long time. I’m not sure what it was. Maybe an old duck blind, or a fishing net rack, just hard to tell at this point. Even with a boat you couldn’t get close so it will stay a mystery.
Here a Snowy Egret and Roseate Spoonbill shared what little is left.
There are not many choices for high dry perches in a marsh. And a Snowy doesn’t like to share. Exceptions need to made at times though. This was one of them.
Donnelley, ACE Basin, South Carolina.
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😁, for the moment at least.