Spring might be near, but there’s still some overcast and chill in the air every now and then to remind you that it’s still Winter. Egrets and Herons are congregating in some pools that the Refuge is already draining with Migratory Waterfowl season winding down. It’s fun to watch the Great Egrets and Snowy Egrets get animated with one another, but neither seem to give the Great Blue Herons any grief; it’s pretty clear what the pecking order of the wading bird species is! There still aren’t very many big Alligators out and about, but that will change soon (although there are plenty of smaller and juvenile ones to see).
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