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1 - So... I went to the rodeo intending to take photos again this year. Signs posted - No photography [or videography] allowed of rodeo. Contacted rodeo company…

It has rained so much in our area that the field behind our house now has become a regular pond. The shimmering standing water occasional makes the area look…

A Yellow-Crowned Night Heron watching me take pictures of ships while enjoying crab for lunch. He wasn't shy that's for sure. I was surprised at how close he…

So long 2018.... I thank you for all the blessings received. Hello 2019 ..... My resolution of today, January 1, is to be productive in this Photoblog. I…

I would have preferred a less busy background but this Tricolored Heron stayed “Close to Cover” and I wasn’t going to miss a shot at this beautiful bird. The…

As the title states, this is second Catching Up post. Why this title? Check out Part 1 to find out... but in summary, I’m trying to catch up with a backlog of…

It seems I am slowly photographing the diet of the Great Blue Heron. The other day it was a snake and more recently, this rat. I promise I did not make this my…

I found this great blue heron playing a game of Tug of War with a snake. In this case, the snake was both opponent and rope. The snake was “holding on for dear…

This is one of the inhabitants of Lake Hodges in San Diego, CA.  From all we have read, we are pretty lucky to live close to this lake because many birds call…

From what I have read, this is formerly known as the Louisiana Heron. Also from what I’ve investigated, it appears to be a juvenile. Apparently the “rust”…
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