Saturday, March 6, 2010

Bare-throated tiger heron on the beach

Here is a bare throated tiger heron on our walk south along Langosta Beach. I much prefer sharing the beach with birds and iguanas than noisy people kicking sand. Fortunately, we have a beach with lots of wildlife and almost no people.

On our Viva la Voyage travel photo site this week we are showing sunrise photos of some of the monuments of Washington, D.C.

11 comments:

Jacob said...

I agree re: people on the beach. You are quite fortunate to have relatively isolated access to the water!

Beautiful photo of a beautiful bird. A bit different from our Florida herons but every bit as nice.

JM said...

Wonderful shot of a no less wonderful heron, Dave!

Birdman said...

Beauty!

brattcat said...

Dave, this is such a great shot.

glenda said...

Sounds good to me.

Sharon said...

I so agree! Wildlife on the beach as opposed to wild life!

Jarart said...

Great shot of this beautiful bird. I'm with you on the beach population.

BlossomFlowerGirl said...

Great photo and wonderful closeup.
Cheers.
Melbourne Daily Photo

Jilly said...

I love so much about your life but I think it's the proximity of the birds and animals that appeals most - well that and the wild and beautiful terrain and sea.

Thanks so much for your comments, Dave. You always leave such fascinating ones.

Owen said...

Hi Dave, I never even knew there was such a thing as a bare-throated tiger heron, but he's a beauty, baring his beautiful throat to us all...

Thanks so much for your visits and kind words ! It's been ages since I've been here, have been way too crazy trying to keep up with everything and all the fantastic blogs out there, like yours...

Lois said...

What a gorgeous bird!

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