More like sibling rivalry than brotherly love. Baby great egrets.
Who’s going to win this battle?
“Mom, where’s my fish?”
“All together now, MOM, where’s our fish?”
This tiny one’s beak was bigger than the rest of his body.
I took this from across the lake. I rarely see baby wood storks.
I also took this anhinga nest from across the lake. The middle baby had his head in mom’s beak getting a bite.
A handful of shots from my trip to Gatorland in mid-April. The great egrets, which are usually born first, are getting big. The ones that I took in mid-March look like full-grown adults now. The baby tricolored herons were just being born when I was there. More on those later.
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