Egrets, herons and sunsets on Flying Point Road
I’m out on eastern Long Island right now. The landscape, despite the ever-proliferating McMansions, remains stunningly beautiful.
And so do the birds.
Great egrets are everywhere.
Great blue herons, too.
Usually the herons and egrets are loners. But sometimes they share a good fishing location.
Many swans have flown away for the winter, but some still sail and dabble on Mill Pond and Mecox Bay.
It’s always a pleasure to see the kingfisher (even if at too great a distance for a clear photo).
So, yes, it’s beautiful out here.
Just don’t come looking for direction.
2013, Birds, Fall, In the Country, Seasons, Wildlife/Natural History
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