A few days before the trip to Jarvis Creek Park, it had occurred to me how few little blue herons I had seen this year after photographing quite a few last summer. Well, lo and behold, not long after we started around the jogging path that circles the pond, we saw this fella, who let me creep within 30 feet or so to watch his fishing expedition.
A few days before the trip to Jarvis Creek Park, it had occurred to me how few little blue herons I had seen this year after photographing quite a few last summer. Well, lo and behold, not long after we started around the jogging path that circles the pond, we saw this fella, who let me creep within 30 feet or so to watch his fishing expedition. Staff photo
A few days before the trip to Jarvis Creek Park, it had occurred to me how few little blue herons I had seen this year after photographing quite a few last summer. Well, lo and behold, not long after we started around the jogging path that circles the pond, we saw this fella, who let me creep within 30 feet or so to watch his fishing expedition. Staff photo

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