As The Tide Comes In…

When winter turns the reeds out in the salt marsh dry and brown, the incoming tide often brings in a lot of broken sections of reeds which tend to collect in one corner area that’s kind of the end of the line for the tide.

Fish can sometimes congregate among these bits of floating reeds for the perceived feeling of protection they offer, and the birds know it. Where the fish go, so go the birds such as this great blue heron who skillfully and successfully stalked the area in search of a late evening meal. 

GBH Fishing Among Dry Floating Reeds

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