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Pterodactyl flyby.  No, not really…

Pterodactyl flyby.  No, not really, but I have a friend that says Great Blue Herons remind him of the prehistoric dinosaur and I can’t say that I entirely disagree.  😉

These birds have small bodies but massive wingspans that can reach over 6 feet wide.  Oftentimes found along shorelines of lakes and calm areas of rivers, Great Blue Herons are very adept at plucking fish from the waters.

I took this image at Belmar Park in Lakewood, Colorado, USA last month as the herons had just arrived for the season and were busy working on their nests.

A Great Blue Heron performs a flyby on its way to find nesting material.  (© Tony’s Takes)

A Great Blue Heron performs a flyby on its way to find nesting material. (© Tony’s Takes)

 

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