There was only one. I don’t know if there were more than that but at this point the couple only had one baby. He was getting big and was almost as big as his parents. I found the family at the far end of Heron Hideaway Trail near Eagle’s Roost Trail. They were just hanging out and the baby was taking a break. The reserve had just recently opened back up so this guy probably spent his earliest time without anyone around. Now there was a constant parade of people down the trail but “Fraiser” didn’t seem fazed.
After a few minutes on the side of the trail, the family started heading out.
I started walking down the trail ahead of them and they were following me. They were walking fast so I kept turning around and snapping. I had to move pretty quickly to keep them all in the picture. It was funny to watch them so casually cruising down the trail.
Later I saw another couple across the marsh but I didn’t see any babies with them.
Cute shots of the Baby Crane or is it a teenager now. Great shots of the family. Circle B is the best. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Enjoy your day, have a great weekend.
How neat to see the whole family of Cranes. The babies are big, aren’t they! We see them here in FL and love them too! Happy weekend.