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Friday, April 11, 2014

Black-crowned Night-Herons at Culler Lake

For a number of years there have been Black-crowned Night-herons nesting at Culler Laker. These birds are used to the activity of walkers, joggers, etc. in the park and allow one to approach uncommonly close...



The bird in the next photo was napping on the edge of a nest.  It did not awaken while I was present...


Each year I look forward to the arrival of these beautiful birds.  They add a special quality to the ambiance of Baker Park...

 
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1 comment:

  1. Would love to get so Close. I like herons very much!
    THey are so Beautiful!
    Majsan/

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