Tuesday, January 17, 2017

White Faced Heron 2

White faced heron.(Ardea novaehollandiae)

In a fowl mood
She stalks her prey
Turns on a dime


Ardea novaehollandiae)

The white-faced heron was an occasional visitor to New Zealand in the early 20th century, and eventually began breeding there in the 1940s. Now they are the most numerous and widespread herons in the country. They are found along the coast, and inland around wetlands. ~ Bernard

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