- Posted March 28, 2010 by Kevin in Nature - Cuyahoga Valley National Park. Viewed 1502 times
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"A heronry is a nesting area created high in the treetops by great blue herons (Ardea herodias). This migratory bird is an impressive and increasingly common sight in the Cuyahoga Valley.“
”Nests are typically four feet wide and two feet deep. Constructed of twigs and lines with soft material like moss and leaves, nests are often used year after year."
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