Taken in a conservation area near Laguna Madre.
Guest - Oct 16, 2006 01:33 AM EDT
Thank you, Alandra, for your nice feedback. This was taken with my 80-400 lens. This bird was by itself, and I thought it might be a young one.
Guest - Oct 14, 2006 10:44 PM EDT
Hi Karen, this is the first time I've seen this, - not sure how I missed it earlier. It's wonderful, glad I finally saw it! Coincidence about your last comment, as I was just going to say, prior to reading that, that it looks so much like our great blue herons, that I started wondering if maybe ours are tri coloureds, LOL. I believe this one is a young heron, as it's very similar to the young ones we've been seeing lately.
Guest - Oct 12, 2005 06:56 PM EDT
Thank you, Robert, for your nice comment. I have to correct myself and change this to a blue heron. It does not have its breeding plumage and may actually be young.
Guest - Oct 12, 2005 04:50 PM EDT
Sharp photo in its natural habitat. Nice job.
Guest - Oct 10, 2005 07:05 PM EDT
Thank you for all your nice comments. This is called the Tricolored Heron. It ranges around the Gulf of Mexico and into Mexico.
Guest - Oct 10, 2005 06:33 PM EDT
Love this birds colors, what a great closeup.
Guest - Oct 10, 2005 06:22 PM EDT
That's spectacular. I love the blue of the water! And how wonderful to get so close to this fascinating bird.
Guest - Oct 10, 2005 03:13 PM EDT
WOW!! what a nice shot.
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