It was a very cold morning with an overnight coating of snow. The brochure says that Great Blue Herons are uncommon this time of year, but I think someone forgot to tell the GBH's, as I saw over 50 take flight at one time! Here are a few that stayed behind,
I know these pictures are horrible, but it was in the middle of a thunder storm this morning. From what I can find on this guy or girl they are not common to New Jersey. Is this true? If so does anyone have any idea as to what it's doing up this far north...
Just some of the latest.
#1 A soggy GBH
#2 Another shot (Rain drops are falling on his head, la la la)
#3 Some Mallard's
#5 A little dryer GBH
#7 This little lady was waiting on a train.
Thanks for looking,
These birds had nested on the roof of the shop where I work. This day the Crows were on the attack and the parents some how moved then to the ground. Sadly two of three did not make it to the nex day, and I could not find the third or the parents either, so I hope the last one made it. The...
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