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Nesting Great Blue Herons and 1 of my boy

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This is a site I had never seen before so when a guy I know told me about a nest site at his place I asked if I could checked it out. I really should get a tripod since this was a bit of a reach for my gear so pics are not top notch. Anyhow thought there may be some folks out there that have not seen this as well so here we go.

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and I best throw in a pic of the little man, I think he is kind of cool to

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Great environmental shots of the herons, but I love the little guy - he looks like he's a guy to be reckoned with!

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great shots!! I know of a rookery here, just haven't made the efforts to get out there,, I think I may do that this spring,, fantastic clarity in these!!

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geez E i think you're getting the hang of that equiptment

really nice quality shots. You need my tree stand and blind?

That Sjoren is getting bigger and bigger.He's so cute,are you sure of paternity? can't figure out it! jk

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Great environmental shots of the herons
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I figured a little show and tell is about what the pictures amounted to. Nothing that is going to blow you away with these shots but these big, long legged birds standing and nesting in trees is interesting.

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