Lake June in Winter, Part 2

Next to the boat ramp was a narrow strip of land separated from the mainland by water. Sort of like a tiny island. A boardwalk had been built to follow its gentle curve.

First thing I noticed were trees, but they weren’t ordinary. They were amazing. The root systems were impressive, and they were large.

I neared the water and had to take a pic of the waves coming in from boat backwash.

I hit the boardwalk and saw an adult green heron.

Then I saw a juvenile green heron. They’re goofy looking but cute.

I also saw a red-winged blackbird and a little blue, along with other baby and adult green herons. All on this small spit of land! It was so cool. I will return to this place soon.

See you next time.

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2 Responses to Lake June in Winter, Part 2

  1. Shirley Ann Speakman says:

    Great pictures and such a variety of birds looking forward to more pictures.

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