A great Blue Heron stands in the bright sunlight at Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge near Sherman, Texas
Herons of all kinds seem to be a favorite subject of wildlife photographers. I’m no different. Maybe it’s because they tend to be easy targets. Or maybe it’s because they come in various sizes and colors. It could be their prehistoric appearance. Whatever the reason, Herons are a great subject for photographers and birdwatchers alike.
Herons are everywhere. They can be found in city lakes and ponds, along side the road where rain water has gathered, all the way to the Florida Everglades. Regardless of the location, I can’t help but stop and watch this unique creature. There’s something about a tall, lanky bird slowly stalking its prey in the shallow waters along a shore line that fascinates me every time.
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Until next time, keep the sun behind you and the birds in view
A Green Heron gazes into the water from the limbs of a mangrove tree at the Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge in Titusville, Florida.
A Great Blue Heron catches a small Large Mouth Bass in the shallow waters at Hagerman National Wildlife Refuge near Sherman, Texas.
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