Great Blue Heron Photo From Bill O’Connor

Hi Joe,

I wanted to share this photo of a Great Blue Heron that was feeding in Wonson Cove the other night.  He would walk very slowly and stand motionless while he looked for food, so he made a pretty good subject. I was fortunate that he allowed me to get close enough to take this shot.

I can’t imagine what it must be like for the prey though.  How terrified would you be if you were a crab that happened to look up and see this staring down at you! 

For more on the Great Blue Heron check this link from the Mass Audubon!

Enjoy!
~Bill O’Connor
North Shore Kid

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4 Responses to Great Blue Heron Photo From Bill O’Connor

  1. Bill Hubbard says:

    Nice picture, Bill. That beak is a lethal weapon! We have a friend who’s appartment faces a small pond. One day last week my wife and I watched a mature Great Blue kill a Vulture that tried to take away a fish it had caught. One stab and the vulture went down and never got up. The vulture was a young one that probably didn’t know better.

  2. Ann Hewitt says:

    Wonderful picture – thanks!

  3. Jenn Cullen says:

    totally awesome picture!

    tx.

    jenn

  4. Mimi T. Pracna says:

    One of the things I miss about home

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