No, not the over-the-fence peeping kind. Just egrets and herons cohabitating at the pond. They usually don't like being in close proximity to one another as one of them thinks it's THEIR fishing territory and tries to run the other off.
The Great Blue Heron was tucked into some shade, whereas the Great Egret was in full sun - hence the bright white glare of his plumage.
There. Much easier for the eye to look at.
I guess he was miffed that I didn't appreciate his "brightness."
Or he wanted his own fishing spot, out from under the heron's watchful glare.