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Morning Heron

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Barbarian

Miracles are not contrary to nature, but only contrary to what we know about nature - St. Augustine

Jacqueline

Herons are fascinating birds to see in flight...
" there is no such thing as an ending, only a place where you leave the story "
~ Muriel Donnelly

Rebot

September 23, 2017, 06:58:14 PM #2 Last Edit: September 24, 2017, 05:30:27 AM by Jeanne Lee
Great White Heron

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Jacqueline

A warm welcome to the photo sections Rebot...what a great start...fantastic shot of your Heron in full flight...( when clicked on it becomes larger..)
" there is no such thing as an ending, only a place where you leave the story "
~ Muriel Donnelly

Rebot

September 24, 2017, 01:16:43 PM #4 Last Edit: September 24, 2017, 02:28:19 PM by Jeanne Lee
This picture of the Heron was taken in Lancashire.

I was told the  grey heron population has reached about 750 in Lancashire.

It will expand if clicked on to a larger picture.

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Chocky

Three lovely photos. Well done

Here are all my feathers

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God first. Friends next . Self last.

Rebot

A fantastic picture Chocky

Rebot

Not a Morning Heron, but a Blue Heron


Jacqueline

Well, we may have lost our Concorde up in our sky's but, this is the closest we can ever get now...such a gracious looking bird when in flight...
" there is no such thing as an ending, only a place where you leave the story "
~ Muriel Donnelly

Rebot

September 29, 2017, 02:10:27 PM #9 Last Edit: September 29, 2017, 02:57:31 PM by Jeanne Lee
It is from the same family as Egrets and Bitterns

This is a Purple Heron, usually found in Africa, Asia and sometimes in Europe

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Rebot

October 03, 2017, 07:50:45 PM #10 Last Edit: October 03, 2017, 08:00:41 PM by Rebot
If you look below the Heron you will see a Penguin!


Not sure how I attached two images!

Jacqueline

Ahh yes I see it...I know a lady who just simply loves Penguins, she has been hospitalised for most part of this year, not on our forum but our sister forum... most of our forum members know who I am referring to...this photo would have sure cheered her up...So now, every time I see a penguin I am thinking of her and imagine seeing a smile on her face..... 
" there is no such thing as an ending, only a place where you leave the story "
~ Muriel Donnelly

Rebot

I like this picture.


Barbarian

Quote from: Rebot on September 28, 2017, 08:07:35 PM
Not a Morning Heron, but a Blue Heron

Rather, a Heron in the morning.   It is a great blue heron.

We have night herons in Texas,



but no "morning herons" as such.   

Miracles are not contrary to nature, but only contrary to what we know about nature - St. Augustine

Rebot

This photo of a Grey Heron was taken in Lee Valley Park in the United Kingdom.





Jacqueline

Think the last Heron I spotted was at the Rickmansworth Aquadrome UK...if I remember around one of the many lakes that lead off from the main lake, they had a Heron look-out cabin...
" there is no such thing as an ending, only a place where you leave the story "
~ Muriel Donnelly

Rebot

One of the best places to see grey herons is on Northward Hill, which overlooks the Thames Marshes in the United Kingdom.

I was informed there are over 100 pairs of grey herons roosting in the trees on the RSPB reserve on Northward Hill.

By the way, the RSPB is the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds