Ona jest śliczna, tylko na co ona liczyła stojąc przy oponach, a może chciała Ci się tam schować ;-). Pozdrawiam
Beautiful bird...we have Blues and boy, can they eat their weight in fish and frogs!
What a stunning bird. Its plumage reminds me a little of the colours and markings of what I imagine is one of its food staples – a frog. Lovely shots.
Oh I LOVE these birds!!
That's an attractive looking bird.
oh he's special too; great snaps, really looking like he's enjoying these environs.
How wonderful looking bird!
What a lovely little bird! And PLEASE may I have all that beautiful wood??? I just know it would look so much nicer in my garden :)
He looks very busy.
great photos.....nice visitor...
As I have said in the past, you sure do you get a wide range of birds down there. Great shots.
I'm in awe of your bird photos. They never stay quiet long enough for me to get my camera focused.
Very cool looking bird. Good captures on the photos.
that poor little green heron is thinking what happened to all the fish? pretty bird, sad that the tires are showing.
He's wondering where all those fishies have gone off to! Great shots!
Amazing photos . . .(Have I said that before?) Love the wood backdrop . . .
They are such cool birds to watch! Great captures!
Nice photos. Wishing you more rain!
He really blends in with his surroundings.
such beautiful, small birds! as far as i know it can be difficult to see as it stands motionless waiting for small fish to approach, but it frequently announces its presence by its loud squawking.i guess, that little green heron is thinking what happened to all the fish?
Is the pond all dry now? He does seem a bit puzzled...
He certainly is a pretty boy or girl(?) I love the texture of the tree stump I know I was supposed to notice the bird but the tree stump is awesome. Sometimes I am different. :) B
It looks perplexed. Where's the food and water??!! I like the pattern in the feathers on his chest.
Poor pretty bird. Looking for goodies and none to be found.
beautiful....but where's the water??
I was just passing by and thought id stop to say hello. I'm checking new blogs today, and i hope you folks are enjoying the fall weather like we are having here in Pennsylvania. Richard from the Amish community of Lebanon county.
With the Texas drought are you seeing the birds looking for more fish and frogs? I hope those tires are flush with water and fish in the near future. What a struggle you have on your hands.
I'll bet he's wondering where all the water went. Nice series of a beautiful bird!
Pretty bird, pretty bird. Like his green eye! Margie
Polly Wolly wants some water, momma! Where's the water? I'm amazed you still have wildlife hanging around still and they've not moved on to other parts of the state in search of it
He looks hungry
Gorgeous shots ..love the heron against the bark.
Great shots...you have a good eye...he/she really does blend in with the surroundings! I would have missed him/her!!!
The first time I ever saw a heron was in Florida. They really can be strikingly beautiful with those long legs. (I'm really just jealous.)
You always have such neat bird visitors. This guy is pretty well camouflaged!
I must say... you've got a keen eye!!
Beautiful collection. They're usually such shy birds.
I think they are so interesting looking. I wish I could get one to come back here again.
What a cool bird. I'm amazed how small he is as I'm used to seeing the great blue herons.
We used to have a dog that when these green herons let out their obnoxious squawk it scared the dog.
Green heron is a beautiful bird. It is smaller than I thought. It looks merged into the color of the surroundings – to be one with the nature.
That is some bill on that bird!
A great fly by capture! Thanks for sharing!
wow I cant believe how he blended in with the tree trunk - so cool!
Always love your up close and personal shots of the birds! This one is a beauty and he does fit in well with his environment!! Enjoy your day!Sylvia
He just kinda blends in with the bark on the trees!
This little guy is so well camouflaged, great pictures.
T, great shots! These guys are pretty elusive so it's nice you got some decent shots of him
This species must be smaller than other herons....not that I know much about any of them! ;-)
Good pictures again....nice bird.
That was a new one for me. I´ve not seen this before, and I don´t think we have it here in Sweden. Thanks for showing. Have a great week!
Nature is so clever the way it designs each bird to blend in with it's background. I always love your natural settings.
You must be very patient, the ones around here are quite shy.
A beauty never had it so good, brilliant photography.
Cool shots of the heron. I won't be seeing any of them till next spring. Boo hoo.
LOVE the tree bark!! OH, and the little heron too....i didn't realize there were herons so small!it's sad to see the tires which are usually submerged...STILL no rain???!! phooey!
Thanks for always sharing your pretty pictures with us.
Great capture!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.
I love these birds! Your wading birds don't have much water to inhabit these days.
Wow, so many shots of this elusive bird! I can't get over how he blends so well with his surroundings.
What a lovely little friend - and thanks to Daniel I now know the difference between an Egret and a Heron.Happy day!PS: Baby Hughie was at work here and I'm puffing hard to send him your way.
Lucky you! I've only seen one of these around my pond... ever! Great captures!
He's quite small -- well, smaller than I thought. Lovely little bird. :)
Great photos. It must not have minded getting its picture taken.
long beak he has! great shots!!
What a splendid looking Heron, fun to see!
Great photos of the heron and interesting the way it was using the tree as an observation point.
He really does look neat with all that wood.
Vibrant colors! I have never seen the green version before. That bird looks hungry. Exceptional photos as usual.
I've never seen a green one. I've seen night herons and blue herons.Kay
I haven't seen the Green Heron before. Thanks for sharing!
Again beautiful bird - but the amazing part is that you see these in the mist of a picture.sandie
What a cool series of shots!
Hi Texwisgirl, Really great shots of that Green Heron. I know Herons are quite special for you as they are to me. They are gorgeous birds! Have a tremendous day tomorrow!
What a great looking heron! We have green herons here, but I don't see them often. It looks small compared to a great blue heron.
Beautiful! They are very adept hunters and fishers. Fisherbirds?
What a stunning creature - not something that we can see here.
I love the Green Heron, Great sighting and photos.
This is the first Green Heron I'veseen.Just love the photos on the wood pile..
They're so different from the Blues. But, equally beautiful in their own way.
nice captures of a very cool bird!
It is amazing how he just blends in! Wow. ... and I think I missed to enter my name in the dawing! How could I have missed that. You are so talented! I will be sure to keep an eye out for the next one.
He's awesome! so jealous :/
Aren't Green Herons just amazing birds to watch? Great shots of this normally secretive bird Theresa!
These are great shots...the last one is my favorite.
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