Pouring rain today so I had to leave the birds on their own for the day.
It was also a slow weekend, not a lot going on over at the marsh so I just have a couple of shots from then.
We had an egret dancing around in the pond while a group of coots huddled in the background.
A great blue heron swooped down into the reeds in the salt marsh at late afternoon.
And of course I had to post a portrait of our pal “Radar” who, as usual, was on duty maintaining his position as head egret in charge!
You’re making Radar look pretty amazing. I hope he appreciates it.
He is quite the local celebrity and still does manage to look pretty good despite closing in on five years having that device attached to his back. I think it’s giving him an edge and likely contributes to his steadfast attitude.
Radar is so cool!!!! What a wing spread, hes the main attraction~~~
Oh well you gotta love Radar! 🙂
These photos make a person feel like they are there, seeing Radar and the other birds. Radar is awesome!
We are really happy that we have Radar that we have grown fond of staying around our area here. It’s going on five years that the big guy has stuck around and he is still head egret of the marsh. 🙂
Thanks a bunch, glad you liked these photos!
Beautiful photos. The top one with the light hitting it just right is really special. The bottom one looks like he came into your studio for that. Brilliant.