There was not too many birds to photograph, but I liked this lonely Great Blue Heron in one of the trees across Gull Pond. It looked a little lonely but I saw another about to land but banked and flew over the trees.
Birdscape – Roosting Great Blue Heron
Category: birdscapes, Blog, Brigantine NWR, Oceanville NJ, Wildlife Tagged: Brigantine Division, canon 400mm f/4 DO, Canon Series III 1.4X Teleconverter, Edwin B Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge, Great Blue Heron, great Blue Heron roosting
I love the background for that big bird!
Thanks! Sometimes it is fun to show where they “hang out”. In the warmer months there are quite a few there. You can wait and get some good flight shots as they interact and fly over you.
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