Storks?

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  1. Alex06

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  2. LaFoto

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    Herons.
    Aren't they?

    You lucky one!
    To be capturing a heron like this!!!
    I particularly like the one of the heron basking in the sun!!!
     
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    ditto Lafoto, they're herons and very reclusive birds. I once spent a whole day trying to get a decent shot of them but had no joy.

    Great captures, the second one does it for me...
     
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    Ah, I stand corrected. :confused: Thanks for setting me straight.;)
     
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    I like the second pic. Its cool how it spreads its wings.
     
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    very cool shots!

    the first one is a Great Blue Heron, and the second is a Cormorant, but I am not sure what type., there are about 8 different types of Cormorants in North America.. (I think)
     

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