One of the last nests with young ones. Driving Mom crazy begging for food.
One last trip to the bird rookery in north Tampa in June and there were still a lot of babies. Most of the great egrets babies were almost fully grown but there were still a few smaller ones getting fed by the parents. They look so clean and white against the green bushes, almost like marshmallows with legs. It’s amazing none of the eyes get poked out when the parents are trying to feed them.
In these last two shots, you can see fish parts coming down the parent’s beak and into the baby’s beak. Yummy regurgitated fish for lunch!
Wow, these are amazing images of the baby egret being fed. They are beautiful birds, the little seem to grow quickly. Great post and photos. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Take care and enjoy your day, wishing you a happy weekend.
These are just amazing!
What amazing photos of the fish in the beak! These babies are getting big enough to hunt for themselves! Mama needs a break! heehee! Enjoy your weekend!
Wow! What awesome photos of those birds! They look so prehistoric…very cool, thanks for sharing! 🙂