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Old Aug 27, 2004, 3:46 AM   #11
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Ok Im off to watch more of the olympics, GO the Aussies, the whole 20 million of us are proud of how well we are going:-)
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Old Aug 27, 2004, 5:05 AM   #12
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good pics

when its hard to get, its an heavy pleasure to see its was a good work,

thx to share, you share here the love you have for nature too, and its a good time.

wow i stop now
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Old Aug 27, 2004, 7:48 AM   #13
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Very nice shots indeed. In most bird species, the young haven't learned to fear humans yet. So you can often get closer to them than the adults. That looks to have worked out well for you this time.

I had to look up what an immature bittern looks like. Turns out they basically look like the adults.

You'll appreciate this one. Once I saw a female green heron, got some great pictures of it up close. Turns out it was an american bittern. Both sexes of the Green herons look the same! Oops.

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Old Aug 27, 2004, 10:24 AM   #14
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Nice shots Norm.

We have a heron/egret rookery next to the parking lot at the palo alto baylands, here in northern CA. So one gets to see lots of these young black crowned night herons.

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