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Old Jan 26, 2010, 3:16 PM   #1
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Great Blue Herons on Friday, Wakodahatchee Wetlands, Boynton Beach, Florida.

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Old Jan 28, 2010, 1:17 PM   #2
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Another nice series, Ed!
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This is the avian equivalent of bringing home flowers for the wife - it is a love token to cement the pair bond. These and the others you have posted of this pair have made a great series of series!
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Ed, I've been away from this forum for a couple of weeks, but all your recent shots, not just this series, have been fabulous. You must spend an awful lot of time sitting in a blind waiting for the perfect moment.
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Ed, I've been away from this forum for a couple of weeks, but all your recent shots, not just this series, have been fabulous. You must spend an awful lot of time sitting in a blind waiting for the perfect moment.
I do spend time, not cramped in a blind though. Wakoadhatchee Wetlands has a boardwalk going through it, the nests are on an island away from the walk so the birds are not concerned. If you are thinking of swimming, there is often a large gator beached on the island.

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