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~Snowy Egret~

Snowy Egret in breeding plumage
Snowy Egret in breeding plumage.

I don’t know why I left The Rookery with so few Snowy photos. The Neotropic Cormorants, Great Egrets and Roseate Spoonbills outnumbered the Snowy Egrets (while we were there). I don’t remember seeing that many Snowy Egrets.

I couldn't figure out what this one was doing; perhaps looking for another stick.
I couldn’t figure out what this one was doing; perhaps looking for another stick.

The Cormorants and the Great Egrets were well on their way to building their nests, sitting on them and a few had laid eggs, while the Snowy Egrets and the Spoonbills seemed to be just hanging out. I think the Spoonbills had just arrived at The Rookery. We were there on March 24, 2015 . I understand life there is hopping these days! What fun it would be to see the chicks!

A fussy Snowy
A dispute.
I guess the only thing he accomplished was to mess up his hair.
I guess the only thing he accomplished was to mess up his feathers.

Until next time…

I wish you good hair days!

I guess the only thing he accomplished was to mess up his hair.

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~Michelle for Nature Notes at:

http://ramblingwoods.com/2015/04/06/nature-notes-307the-first-of-april-is-the-day-we-remember-what-we-are-the-other-364-days-of-the-year-mark-twain/

~Stewart for Wild Bird Wednesday at:

http://paying-ready-attention-gallery.blogspot.com/2015/04/wild-bird-wednesday-142-grey-heron.html