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March 31, 2012

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Halcyon

I love herons and egrets. Some of my favorite birds! They look lovely here.

Linda

Gorgeous creatures. We get a few Blue Herons here in the summer but the other's are strange to me.

Carver

Wonderful shots of the beautiful birds. You have such a great place for birding.

TexWisGirl

really like the pink legs and bill of the ibis.

Gaelyn

You must be a practiced stalker. Excellent.

Annie

Wonderful and peaceful shots, Sallie; before reading your blog, I don't wish to visit Florida. But now...

Gattina

Beautiful ! For the moment due to the bad weather I couldn't bird "stalk" !

hazelisles

The Great Blue Heron is my choice-but they are all lovely to see!

Lady Fi

Wonderful shots! Well stalked - or should that be 'storked'?

eileen

Hi Sallie, fantastic series of birds and photos. The White Ibis is cool looking. I hope you are having a great weekend!

Colin Huggins

Well Sallie.

Here in Brisbane, the Ibis species of bird are a "suburban serial pest". They are the scavangers supreme. Our variety look a bit different to what you have shown, but your birds as shown are in a swampland, not in city parks or all over the CBD!
The Brisbane City variety are being "culled", with the help of an eagle and other methods. The mess they can make is unbelievable until seen. They have a great liking for the horrible products of left over MacDonalds! With their long beaks they can even remove the MacDonald's bags out of rubbish bins and carefully obliterate the contents.
Hopefully your variety at Corkscrew are better behaved??? One can but hope and pray.
Cheers
Colin
( I think I'll have nightmares tonight (9.00pm) thinking of this blog update of your activities) ha ha!!!!!??????

Ed

Great shots, welcome to Sunday Stills..:-)

Sherry in MT

Very nice group of water birds. Welcome!

Al

Great shots, those are lovely birds.

Linda

Pretty Cool!!! Great shots!

Linda
http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com

Crystal

Love the Ibis shots, dont think I have seen one (or if I did dint know it, lol) We get blue herons here but otherwise I dont think any others.

Carletta

Your stalking paid off beautifully!
I'm thinking I should stalk a couple of local wetlands where heron are known to visit.
I was sitting at the computer yesterday and I can't be certain but I think a heron flew across my eyesight. We only rarely see one at a farmers nearby pond.

lee / wild mountain

Very nice!

Ebie

Pretty cool "stalking" birds! The ibis looks pretty in pink "legs!

Rambling Woods

They are such patient hunters...

Arti

Lovely shots Sallie -- Love the birds and of course the birders too! ;) Wish you a happy week ahead :)

Pam

Hi Sallie, you captured the white ibis and egret stalkers in the act perfectly.
I'm sure no birds harmed in the shooting of this lovely mosaic.
Have a happy day.
cheers :)

Red Nomad OZ

Tick, tick, tick! We've got them all downunder, but they look slightly different!!

Vee

What a fun post. I always admire anyone who captures a bird "on film" as I have yet to do so well.

Kim,USA

Like your post and I like the title. ^_^

Spring Flowers

Jill Harrison

SO much fun stalking water birds and seeing them in their watery environments. I rather envy them.
Have a wonderful week.

Martha

These birds have much more patience than do I.

Jenn Jilks

Aren't they pretty?
Some are a nuisance, like geese. Share the world, though!
My Happy Birthday Boys!

LindyLouMac in Italy

Successful stalking all round.

Valerie

Beautiful birds and great photos. V

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