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Question of the Week – Little Blue Heron

Posted by romeethredge on January 25, 2013

little blue

The bird I asked you to identify last week is the Little Blue Heron. I see them quite often in ponds and rivers.  Here’s some more from Cornell University…  A smallish heron of the southeastern United States, the Little Blue Heron breeds in various freshwater and estuarine habitats. It is the only heron species in which first-year birds and adults show dramatically different coloration: first-year birds are pure white, while adults are blue.

This week I have some corn photos I took on Jan 10th of some 2nd crop corn that was being harvested. My question is what caused the damage shown. _DSC2699_DSC2701

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One Response to “Question of the Week – Little Blue Heron”

  1. Mike Lindsey said

    Raccoon damage?

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