Black-Crowned Night-Herons

Black-Crowned Night-Herons

More friends at Blue Water Yacht Harbor, the Black-Crowned Night-Herons. Black-Crowned Night-Herons are common in wetlands across North America—you just may have to look a little harder than you do for most herons. True to their name, these birds do most of their feeding at night and spend much of the day hunched among leaves and branches at the water’s edge. Evening and dusk are good times to look for these rather stout, short-necked herons flying out to foraging grounds.

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