24 thoughts on “A GOLDEN HERON

  1. Exquisite!! Do you see many of those beautiful creatures? I’m thinking it’s a rare occurrence and that the blue heron is the one you see most often (although I could be wrong!) What a stunningly beautiful bird! Thanks for sending the shot!

  2. The heron looks like he is shifting around as he prepares to take flight and I can almost hear that screechy call coming from his open mouth in the second picture. He looks prehistoric looking in that second shot, like a Pteradactyl (like Fred Flintstone had for a pet).

      1. Ha ha – that would be a good question to ask some learned, stuffy scientist who studies Pterodactyls. Just comparing how similar they look, you’ve got to figure they had that same horrible screechy, squawky noise.

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