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:

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

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

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  3. 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....

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  4. 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!

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

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

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

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  8. Seeing herons is never anything short of awesome

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  9. It is always lovely to see these elegant birds.

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  10. 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

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

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