April 16, 2016

Great Heron Visits Us


I've often seen the Great Blue Heron across the lake, but lately he has visited our yard! I was excited to be able to get these pictures.

Sharing with Saturday's Critters
and The Bird D'Pot

Uh oh, he saw me! And away he goes!




11 comments:

  1. Hello, great series on the Great Blue heron. It is a cool yard visitor. thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Happy Sunday, enjoy your new week!

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  2. Hope you have a terrific week ahead, and thanks so much for participating and sharing your birds for us at I'd Rather B Birdin'.

    In your own back YARD? How terrific is this? Wow...I'd be thrilled. You're living right. Jealous, I am.

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  3. Must be nice tolive on a lake! I love the 3rd picture with its wings out.

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  4. Great pictures! How cool that he came closer for you to photograph him.

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  5. My dear Linda,
    you have to know that we live on the banks on a river where so many Great Blue Herons, together with storks, live ... maybe he's one of them who has come and visit you {{smiles}} !

    Enjoy the remainder of your Sunday, sweet friend,
    sending love to you

    Dany

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  6. I enjoy watching them fishing. I haven't seen one up here yet, but probably in the next couple of weeks they'll be arriving.

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  7. Nice to get close to these great birds.

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  8. Gorgeous bird! I had pictures of one on my blog a couple of weeks ago.

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  9. Wonderful to have him come to your yard! Great photos!

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  10. a pleasure to get a visit from them :) Nice shots to remember.

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