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Wow, this Green Heron was one neat looking bird. It gazed intently at the water, waiting for prey.

I liked this second picture, and if you like it too, you can see a larger version of it.

While these Green Heron fledglings were exploring the world around their nest at Green Cay, this mommy Green Heron was still sitting on her eggs at the Wakodahatchee.
Green Heron
Green Heron
Green Heron Fledgling
Nesting Green Heron
I'll keep an eye on the nest in the photo above and try to get pictures of the babies when they hatch.

She finally stood up to give me a peek at her eggs, but they were tucked too far down in the nest to see them very well:

While I was waiting for the Green Heron to stand, two other Greens had a bit of a quarrel, one flew to her nest, and she stood up ever so briefly! Humm... do I photograph the eggs, or the fight? Sometimes it's completely quiet, yet at other times there is so much activity you can't decide which way to look.
Young Green Heron
Juvenile Green Heron
Green Heron Eggs
Green Heron Fight
Green Heron Fight
Green Heron Quarrel
Green Heron Fight
Green Heron Quarrel
Green Heron Fight
The Green Heron quarrel and other cool Green Heron pictures continue on Page Two.
Green Heron Fight
Green Heron
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