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Old Jul 11, 2005, 5:54 PM   #11
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we do have some kinds of heron and a lot of egrets, I just have not had much luck with them. They are very easily scared off
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Old Jul 11, 2005, 7:05 PM   #12
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we do have some kinds of heron and a lot of egrets, I just have not had much luck with them. They are very easily scared off
Actually, Egret is just another way of saying Heron, and Heron just another way of saying Egret. They're all in the same family.

You know how things are. Once they give you a nick name, you're stuck with it.... :lol:

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Old Jul 11, 2005, 9:07 PM   #13
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Dave, really nice shots for slow shutter speeds!! the green herons where i am seem to have ny number. they like to sit in trees now at about 200yds. 20 feet away?? wow, must be nice!!!

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Old Jul 12, 2005, 11:22 AM   #14
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It is apparently a hunting perch. Hard to think of a Heron as a hawk, but this one is looking for baby bunnies and voles. I ran into him again on the same tree. He gave me a very disgusted look. "You again? Can't you see I'm working?"

This time I got closer...:lol:

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