Viewing nature with Eileen
What a capture, Eileen! In South Africa the egret's beak turns black during breeding season.
Nice actions shots! Happy Wordless Wednesday to you. :-)
great captures and perfect timing. Happy WW!
Beautiful photos!Thanks for visiting my blog!Happy WW...Luna
What he is eating?Great capture on time of that photo.
I always love egrets..even eating a snake.
such elegant birds. I am imazed and how their legs bend and they sit on their knees
What fabulous pictures! He looks like he struggling a bit though, doesn't he!I love the beautiful photograph in your header too. All of your blogs are fabulous!Best wishes and thanks for visiting 3 Sisters,365 today,Natasha.
It's funny you should use these for Wordless Wednesday.One should not be talking when the mouth is full.Well done. Blessings,Ruth
Beautiful photos Eileen and wonderful timing.
Fabulous shots! That egret's appetite will be satisfied for some time, I think :-)
It must have posed for you.
Great set of shots!
That's an amazing sequence of the egret eating. Great shots.
Gulp!!!!! That egret is enjoying his dinner... Great pictures, Elieen. I'd much rather see an egret eating a snake than to see some pictures I saw last week on a blog of a snake eating some kind of big bird (Australia)... GAG!!!Hugs,Betsy
Nice pics. :) Any bird that gets rid of snakes is okay by me!
Terrific capture! He is having a great big lunch.
Greetings from Juneau, AK!Eileen, these are great shots. I love bird watching. I've never seen this type of bird in real life. They sure are fascinating.Yes, the glacier on my header is the Mendenhall Glacier.:)Have a great day!
what a lot of egrets. In New Zealand, In Maori, they are called KOTUKU. My office is bname KOTUKU room. Even has a picture so the kids know where to go.
Wonderful captures...all of them. And, snack time is the best time!
Fantastic capture, and beautiful photos!
Nice! How fun to watch him eat!
Wow...that is one long meal. Fantastic to be able to capture it.. Great post for Nature Notes..Thank you...Michelle
Oh wow! What a great capture! Lucky you to have been in the right place at the right time for that one.
what a hungry bird! Excellent captures!
What great catches!Lucky you to be there at the right time to capture this :)!
No WAY! That's incredible that you caught that. It doesn't seem like it would be that common. Am I wrong? I'm really impressed!
Great set of photos! It always amazes me how much those birds can get down all at once.
Excellent photos of the Great Egret! He surely has found a big enough meal to keep him full for a while.
I love it when a photographer captures an experience like that. Very cool!
Great capture Eileen! Nature in all its glory.
Hello, thank you for visiting my blog. I always appreciate your comments. BTW, Anonymous comments unless a name is included will not be published. Also, comments with links will be deleted. Have a happy day, Eileen
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