Storks, like all birds, look for a place to settle in for the night. This was late afternoon when a small group came back from feeding.
Storks are a little different when roosting. They need some place a bit larger than the average bird.
Like a huge pine.
He went out for an adventure. While not a great idea it went well.
There we’re several Ibis nearby watching yet it didn’t bother the little one at all. At this early age the ‘Snowy Egret Attitude’ was already there. 😁
Full sunlight on the water as the small heron flew by.
Now that we have hit that ‘wonderful’ tropical heat/humidity these residents might be wishing for cooler northern weather.
At least they didn’t make that long trip.
ACE Basin, South Carolina.
This is another subject that grabs me. A bright bloom against a water background.
I admit after a while the images seem to blend together. They are pretty though, and it’s just a memory card.
A Carolina Anole on an Elephant Ear (Best I’ve got).
He was actually not that small, the leaves grow huge this time of year.
The reflections in this open water almost drowned out the this male ducks coloring.
One of the few times I wanted a bird to hide in swamp shadows.
His options were limited.
Juvenile Great Egret still in the nest. Not for very much longer though.