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Old May 11, 2008, 2:33 PM   #1
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Saw some Tri-colored Heron Chicks, too far back in the trees to get good photos. Still birds building nests as the rookery is growing in population, form new pairs as well as hatchlings.

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Tri-colored Heron Chicks
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Chick Testing Wings

Biggest of the chicks I could see.
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You keep entertaining us with your HQ pictures. Thanks a lot for sharing.

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Cool pictures, Ed. They are so cute.

I'm waiting for some local geese to hatch their eggs. They hatched about this time last year at the same spot and there are two and half visible pairs. I'm assuming the missing 1/2 pair is sitting on the nest??

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