Neither of these critters were particularly large, after all they were sharing a leaf. Even so, that Tree Frog could not have been larger than a thumb nail.
Even with me setting my alarm for 4:30 PM we left the house early.
This is first light on the causeway for Bear Island, ACE Basin.
I’ve said this before but, they seem to stop, wherever they might be, with no thought or plan.
A feather ruffle before heading off through the marsh.
We have about two more months of the big herons staying out in the marshes. The beginning of January the males will start looking around the rookeries.
The first place to notice a change is out here.
First some brown, then golden colors move in.
ACE Basin, South Carolina.
We got off to a late start yesterday, which typically means not much to see. At first that was true. The Great Blue Herons out in the marsh changed our luck.
Below the Heron caught a fish big enough for lunch and dinner.
And yes, after some time considering what to do, the fish disappeared quickly.
Annie has a few new toys.
Dinosaur waiting in ambush…
He is small, very small.
Best viewed large, for obvious reasons.