F/ 6.3, 1/640, ISO 200.
Black-Crowned Night-Heron ( Juvenile )
How do you wake up Lady gaga?
Poke her face.
Interesting Fact: The familiar evening sight and sound of the Black-crowned Night-Heron was captured in this description from Arthur Bent’s Life Histories of North American Marsh Birds: “How often, in the gathering dusk of evening, have we heard its loud, choking squawk and, looking up, have seen its stocky form, dimly outlined against the gray sky and propelled by steady wing beats, as it wings its way high in the air toward its evening feeding place in some distant pond or marsh!” ( https://www.allaboutbirds.org/guide/Black-crowned_Night-Heron/lifehistory )
Very hipnotic eyes!😂
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I thought my recent photo of a yellow crowned night heron was good but you yours is fantastic!
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Beautiful photo of a creepy bird!
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Wowsa, now THAT is a description!
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Black crowned night heron, eh? 😀 I don’t see the ‘black crowned’ part.. 😉 😀
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Great photo, one in a million chance of such a shot! The Black-Crowned Night-Heron looks beautiful here.
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