Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Great Blue Heron, April 20, 2016

Wild Bird Wednesday and Wednesday Waters
Tupelo, Mississippi, USA, April 14, 2016
Great Blue Herons, Ardea herodias, are wide-spread across the United States and parts of Canada. The ones in the northern areas migrate south for the Winter. They are most often seen wading in shallow water, searching for food.

They eat fish, frogs, and small aquatic creatures.

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  1. What a gorgeous creature! You photographed it awesomely!!

  2. Wonderful captures of the Heron, looks like it is one the hunt for food. Have a happy day!

  3. Great Lea! Beautiful pictures of one of my favorite birds . I think he literally has a frog in his throat in that one picture.

  4. Oh my, great shots of the blue heron. Love the pic with his foot/leg raised.

  5. Amazing captures! They are beautiful.

  6. They may be common, but I never tire of watching them. Thank you for sharing your images!


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