Hi Debbie...Wow very nice...they sure are a pretty bird...love the first one!!Wonder what the effect on wild life the hurricane had!!: (I'll let you know about the word verification!! Sorry about that..I do trust you hmmm??? ; )Grace
I was reading about white Egrets. Did you know in 1900 they were almost extinct because people used their feathers for hats and stuff? I thought that was really interesting. I am glad they didn't go the way of the Carrier Pigeon. Great Photos!
Perhaps the egret sensed the pending hurricane and that's the reason he was on a feeding mission. Great photos.
"Walk This Way"....very good! :)
The photos are beautiful!
Yup, attitude! I love that first capture!!
i do love that purposeful stride! great shots!
More amazing pictures.
Nice photos, the first one is my favorite. He does look like he's on a mission!
Oh I love the Great Egret I seen one once in a swamp not far from here last year. It is very unusual for them to cross the border I think it has something to do with passports or something:)Anyway could be true all I know is I loved seeing it it sure was pretty as you have shown here. Great shots. HUGS B
Hi Debbie, gorgeous shots of the Egret. They are so graceful and pretty. Wishing you a happy day, you deserve it!
They're amazing birds. We have one here on our little river occasionally.
It is a smart fisherman.
Love that long stride! He is on a mission.
Beautiful pictures of the egret, looks pretty windy out there.
Great shots Debbie!
Love the long legged stride!