Hello fellow birders,

I took my sister to the rookery yesterday eve around 7.  The skies were alive with birds, some of them young little blues and, slightly before sunset, a half dozen little blue chicks walked their way to the top of their tree and stood nicely while we photographed.  A black-crowned night heron adult sat perched on a roof peak for the hour that we were there.  See pics on eBird:





The trees that were felled have been cleaned up.  I saw no evidence of any more cutting.  Again, most of the noise was coming from the begging chicks……


Several other birders and a family came to check it out as well.


My best to you all,


St Louis





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