Black-crowned Night-Heron

As I made my way around a tree Saturday morning, low and behold I saw this fellow just hanging out on a limb. I took several photos and then whoosh! …he flew away. I believe he is a Black-crowned Night-Heron. He appeared to have a friend on the other side of the lake. I will be watching for them on my next visit.

Does anyone know if all herons are able to extend their necks out to an incredible length? I just don’t see it happening with this guy. However, my fuzzy photo aimed across the lake did show the other bird with an incredibly long neck. It just fascinates me. 🙂

“Be fascinated instead of frustrated.” ~ Jim Rohn

“Never get so fascinated by the extraordinary that you forget the ordinary.” ~ Magdalen Nabb

9 Comments Add yours

  1. lolaWi says:

    great capture, Lisa! that eye!

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    1. Thank you! I always try and focus on the eyes… 😊 (or eye!)

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  2. Naomi says:

    Wow! You did it again, Lisa. That is a wonderful shot. And you seem to choose great quotes, too.

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    1. Thank you! He was posing for me 😊

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  3. Anita says:

    What a great image of this fantastic bird and I like your quotes as well. 🙂

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    1. Thanks Anita! Now I want to find him again next time I visit that lake 😊

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  4. Just Teri says:

    Excellent shot Lisa❣️

    Love the Rohn quote and I’m a work in progress on replacing frustration with fascination – it makes the situation much more manageable 😉🤪

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    1. Thanks Teri! I almost missed him!!

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