TRICOLORED HERON: A SPECTACULAR CATCH…


Tricolored Heron (Danny Sauvageau)

TRICOLORED HERON: A SPECTACULAR CATCH…

The photograph, I mean. The heron’s catch is rather modest, I think even it would agree. I’d been going to write about something else today but I’ve run out of time, and anyway this astonishing photo from bird photographer Danny Sauvageau ‘flew in’ over the weekend. It deserves a wider audience. 

You can read plenty more about these wonderful birds – common, permanent breeding residents on Abaco – by simply clicking TRICOLORED HERONS. Meanwhile, Danny’s outstanding image deserves an equally stunning partner; a similarly spectacular ‘catch’ by photographer Phil Lanoue that appears in the linked post.

Tricolored Heron (Phil Lanoue)

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Credits: Danny Sauvageau; Phil Lanoue – with thanks to both for use permission for their terrific camerawork

5 thoughts on “TRICOLORED HERON: A SPECTACULAR CATCH…

      • Ha!… yes that could be equally appropiate. Mainly the word “creatures”, which seems better for animals than for human beings. Hmm. ((Absolutely, you can call me Aq or Aqui, as you wish!)) . Hugs 🙂

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    • Hi Janene – not the 2 posted today, but if you clicked the link to the main post, there’s at least one of mine that was taken at Gilpin pond. We usually try to get down there each visit; it’s so good for birds as you know, though it tends to get a red algal bloom on it in low water. Have you seen tricoloreds there?

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