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Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Little Egret - Photograph

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I took these photographs of a Little Egret at Southport Beach in Fairfield, CT this past week.

This is one of my favorite bird species, and I haven't seen any all Winter. I'm not sure if they migrate, but considering how cold and snowy this past Winter was, they probably went further south and are only just now returning. Spring has been slow to warm up, although this week has been great.

The first photograph is my entry for the following:

Wild Bird Wednesday
Water World Wednesday


eileeninmd said...

Pretty egret, great shots! enjoy your day!

Adam Jones said...

It's a lovely bird and very nice images.

Jibber JabberUK said...

I have the pleasure of seeing a little egret many years ago when we stayed in Cornwall in the UK. SInce then they have eluded me!

Chris Rohrer said...

Little Egret:) That is one bird I have yet to find. I love how the little bird is standing. Lovely!

Marie C said...

Beautiful shots! So glad you finally got a sighting of him!

Gerald (SK14) said...

I always love herons - not seen one for a while now.

Redanne said...

This is such a beautiful photograph of the Egret! I had a look at some of your other photos too, they are wonderful - love the Canada Goose in particular and the woodpecker.

Thanks for your visit too, much appreciated. Anne x

Margaret Adamson said...

A very elegant bird, well shot.

Mary said...

Lovely egret!

Kim ,USA said...

I always wonder how they balance. LOL!!

Thank you in joining Water World Wednesday