While this Grey Heron was preening itself close enough to the edge of the water to see its fine reflection …

Its cousins, the Black-headed Herons, were stomping about in the veld looking for food. See how this one is striding across some open ground in the hope of finding some terrestrial invertebrates.

Meanwhile, a relative thought a more grassy area might prove to be more useful in terms of finding something to eat.

It certainly has a gleam in its eye!


29 thoughts on “HERONS

  1. Hi Anne,
    thanks a lot for showing your heron pictures. We posted heron pictures more or less at the same time too. Well, it seems to be heron-time.
    All the best
    The Fab Four of Cley
    🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂


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