They’re on their own.

August 26, 2013 | Greg Dodge

Our green herons are now on their own. I saw one bird at its nest tree this morning (8/24), but they are all free flying birds and have been experimenting with different fishing sites around the Wetlands.

Here’s some photos of the crew.

The two herons (a week ago) from NS1 as they perch on a branch over the water on a wet afternoon (8/17/13).

This bird is from NS2, one week ago (8/17/13).

The rest of the images are from August, 24, a Saturday.

Fluffing up on a rock in front of the Wetlands Overlook (8/24/13).

In amongst the tangle of willows (8/24/13).

Resting on the “home” tree (8/24/13).

I’m assuming that all seven of the herons fledged. The most I was able to see at any one time was five and they were spread about the Wetlands but it’s a good bet that all of the herons survived. Now, they have to make it through their first winter.

Good luck!





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