“Water Walkers” A Collection of Favorites from our Coastal Plains

Birds and Blooms

Tri-colored Heron,  San Bernard National Wildlife Refuge,
Brazoria County,  Matagorda County,  Texas

midst a mixture of old and new,  I decided to put together a collection of some of my favorite “Wading” birds from my archives over the years and present them here in my Blog.    These were captured from various locations,   from the Gulf Coast of Texas and Louisiana,   northward to the Mid-Atlantic and Northeastern coastal plains and marshes of the United States.  Much of my time has been devoted to small songbirds and wildflowers most recently,   so I thought it might be fun “look back” and reminisce a bit.   These are not presented in any particular order, alphabetically nor chronologically…. Although not a Egret or Heron,  but a member of the family Threskiornithidae,   I included the Roseate Spoonbill simply due to its size and communal habits of roosting and socializing with species included herein.

Snowy Egret,  Anahuac…

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