I photographed this Snowy Egret as it walked by where I was photographing the Osprey nest. There was a batch of grasses in the way, so I waited until the Egret walked into an opening in the row of grasses to get a few shots before it moved along.
Category: Birds, Blog, Brigantine NWR, Oceanville NJ, Favorite Locations, Wildlife Tagged: Brigantine Division, canon 400mm f/4 DO, Canon Series III 1.4X Teleconverter, Edwin B Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge, Egret, Oceanville NJ, Reflections, Snowy Egret
That is such an elegant bird, and your photo captures every bit of the elegance!
Thank You! Egrets are fun to photograph. I missed the breeding Plumage, but they are fun to watch also! Especially when they are feeding, darting back and worth!
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