Posted on April 25, 2018
Somewhere on the backroads between Georgia and South Carolina, I caught a glimpse of a lot of “white” out of my peripheral vision. I had to travel about a half mile before I was able to turn around and pull off the side of the road. I was thrilled to stumble across the rookery. I counted about 100 egrets in the area. I hated to leave. But! I noticed a couple of days later, after downloading the photos … the wood stork standing back to back with the egret and another sitting in the nest. I didn’t even notice him while standing there. A real treat.
Posted on August 11, 2017
My first, but, not my last visit to Huntley Meadows. Huntley Meadows Park is over 1500 acres of land and 1/2 miles of wetland boardwalks located in Northern Virginia, just off of Route 1. A great birding spot — with over 200 species identified in the park. 🙂
From Maryland and sometimes North Carolina, where land and sea meet the sky.
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