BELINDA GROVER PHOTOGRAPHY

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BLACK-CROWNED NIGHT HERON

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Black Crowned Night Heron 3

The season for black-crowned night herons was quite short in our region last year. When we did spot a heron, it was usually in a clear sight line and often amazingly well posed and poised like this one was. Way to go Surfer Girl!

23 thoughts on “BLACK-CROWNED NIGHT HERON

  1. Interesting to see this heron. I notice it has the same 2 white feathers from it’s ‘neck’ as our Nankeen Night Herons here in Australia.

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  2. Awesome, love the reflection!

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  3. Lovely photo. And stunning reflection.

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  4. The long, tassel-like feathers on the back of this bird are fascinating, it really makes me wonder how it evolved to display them such. Nice shot.

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  5. Great shot of this beautiful bird! I just saw one yesterday off our back deck in the lake.

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  6. I’ve never seen this bird. You must live someplace far from me (I’m in western Canada). Beautiful photo.

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  7. That is a beautiful picture

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  8. nice shot….. and title 🙂

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  9. This is such a beautiful photo Belinda! I have never seen a black-crowned night heron, but I hear that they are very shy and hard to get a clear shot. Not so with yours! Amazing!

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  10. love your pictures 🙂 thanks for posting them.
    I am following more blogs with pictures of nature. I think you would esp like one of them. It is a blog by a dutch woman called Sandra and she has specialized in macro-pictures of insects. this is the url: https://sandrabrennand.com/2016/04/23/lentebeestjes/

    Enjoy 🙂

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