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Old Mar 13, 2012, 1:08 PM   #1
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Default Territorial Dispute

One sided advantage in this case. In the first photo I was not aware of what was about to happen so I did not capture the entire Anhinga Chick. The second photo shows the aggression. The rookeries in Wakodahatchee are very crowded and squabbles between nesting sites are frequent. This Great Blue Heron decided the Anhinga Chick was over reaching its' space. The chick got away in good shape.

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