A few residents of a local marsh.
The first is a Tricolored Heron, unfortunately he was down where two canals met, and fed into the Ashley River. A deep cut, plenty of muck, and a pretty bird.
Not far from the Tricolor above a Great Blue Heron. Since he was out in the marsh itself we substitute muck for thick reeds and Duck Weed.
Final photograph is a female Anhinga perched on a stump. View her large and you will see small clumps of the ever present Duck Weed on her feathers.
I consider a walk like this a success when I can catch several different species.