Wednesday, October 29, 2014

First and Probably Last This Year



For those of you who are fortunate enough to see Blue Herons on a regular basis, this post may be boring.  Yet, if you know me at all, you'll smile at my excitement when I was able to get these pix of MY FIRST AND PROBABLY LAST BLUE HERON THIS YEAR...:)









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I did make you smile, right?

14 comments:

Sandra said...

they are common here but i still love to see them no matter where they are..

MorningAJ said...

We have grey herons. Are they different? We see them sort of regularly, but they are still very special birds.

TexWisGirl said...

love these pterodactyls. :)

BumbleVee said...

I know we do have some around this area....maybe they migrate...I don't know yet.... but, as I'm just getting acquainted with a lot of birding stuff...I'll study it up a bit and be ready for next season....

Ginny said...

Yes, you certainly DID make me smile! Heron's are such tall impressive birds, whether standing or flying. We have only seen a blue heron maybe three times. And each time it is so exciting!

Barb said...

Don't worry - they're scarce here too - I liked seeing yours.

Felicia said...

he's a beauty.

eileeninmd said...

Beautiful shots of the GB Heron! They are pretty common here, even seen thru the winter.. Have a great evening..

Ann Thompson said...

other than pictures I have never seen one so I find this really exciting. Nice shots

Pamela Gordon said...

Really nice captures JP.

Rambling Woods said...

Seeing herons is never anything short of awesome

Margaret Adamson said...

It is always lovely to see these elegant birds.

Bee Lady said...

I see them almost every day, and they always make me smile. Such an interesting bird to watch I never tire of seeing them.

Cindy Bee

Ida said...

How exciting and you got "in-flight" shots too.

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