Photos from Harris Neck National Wildlife Refuge; 27 June 2014

Yesterday, I decided to take an afternoon/early evening ride up to the Harris Neck NWR from Brunswick.  It was a hot afternoon but it wasn’t an unproductive visit.  I walked some of the trails around Bluebill, Woody, and Snipe Pond and enjoyed seeing the Wood Storks, Great Egrets, White Ibis, Glossy Ibis, Anhingas, Alligators and a Black Crowned Night Heron.  On the way out, I even saw a couple of deer down one of the fire breaks.

Glossy Ibis, Gallinule, and White Ibis at Bluebill Pond
Glossy Ibis, Gallinule, and White Ibis at Bluebill Pond
Great Egret and White Ibis at Bluebill Pond
Great Egret and White Ibis at Bluebill Pond
Female Anhingas at Woody Pond
Female Anhingas at Woody Pond
Young Alligator on the bank of Woody Pond
Young Alligator on the bank of Woody Pond
Great Egret feeding her young at Woody Pond
Great Egret feeding her young at Woody Pond
Wood Storks and White Ibis at Snipe Pond
Wood Storks and White Ibis at Snipe Pond
Wood Storks and White Ibis take off from Snipe Pond
Wood Storks and White Ibis take off from Snipe Pond
Wood Storks and White Ibis flying away from Snipe Pond
Wood Storks and White Ibis flying away from Snipe Pond
Black Crowned Night Heron flying over Snipe Pond
Black Crowned Night Heron flying over Snipe Pond
White Ibis at Snipe Pond
White Ibis at Snipe Pond
White Ibis take off from Snipe Pond
White Ibis take off from Snipe Pond

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