Egress and Egret

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There is a family of egrets at the lake.  I am assuming the guy with the bigger neck is the dad.  The smaller finer featured one may be the mom.  I may be wrong because I regret that I don’t speak egret in order to ask them! 🙂

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In the pic from across the lake, look carefuly to see the small juvenile on shore.

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17 Responses to Egress and Egret

  1. bdh63 says:

    Such beautiful birds. Thanks for sharing! No egrets here. 😉

  2. Sue says:

    I hadn’t noticed the young one! Love it!

  3. selah says:

    interesting that the little one was that close to the playground. they are beautiful birds, I wish we had them here.

  4. dorannrule says:

    We used to get so excited when we saw an egret in Florida – usually on the edge of the Everglades.They are so stately and graceful, and that gorgeous white. How lucky you are to have them near. Great pics as always and I love the “egress” in the title. 🙂

  5. Maggie Brown says:

    Oh wow! how utterly beautiful they are!! Your photos are to the moon and back for quality and content. Just love seeing what you capture with your lens! Have a blessed Sunday…..

  6. nutsfortreasure says:

    Just so tall and elegant

  7. pattisj says:

    Great shots! It looks to be flying at low altitude in that last photo. The one at water’s edge looks so tiny!

  8. You got some beautiful photos of these stunning birds!

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