Earlier in the week, I made a very early visit to the Harris Neck National Wildlife Refuge. I got there early enough to catch some Black Crowned and Yellow Crowned Night Herons before they disappeared for the daylight hours and this time some of the Black Crowned Night Herons were close enough for photos. Wood Storks were in the process of building nests and there were huge numbers of Snowy Egrets showing their breeding plumage. I also caught a Whitetail Deer and her fawn and was able to get a photo of them! It’s a good companion to the photos of Common Gallinule families I’ve been getting at the Savannah National Wildlife Refuge during my last few visits there.
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I'm an Amateur Radio Operator, Radio Monitoring enthusiast, Motor Sports fan, and Blogger. Most of my amateur radio activity is voice because I mostly operate from a mobile station (listen out for me operating from Jekyll Island, IOTA NA-058). On the radio monitoring side of things, I enjoy listening to military aviation, Fire/EMS, and USCG/Federal comms. I'm a sports car/touring/GT, Formula 1, and IndyCar racing fan who's become disenchanted with NASCAR racing. Due to my job, I split time between Savannah and Brunswick, GA View all posts by KF4LMT