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Old 07-03-2016, 03:49 PM   #1
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A nice Great Egret, right here in Laconia today. This one was getting continuously dive bombed by a Red-winged Blackbird. I think the Egret was getting too close to the Blackbird's nest.

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Amazing photo. Great detail and action. I think you have outdone yourself this time. Thanks for sharing.
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As always, the photos are excellent!

On a side note, the link in your signature (Airedale1Photography) is not working. I would love to check it out.
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Gee, never seen a Great Egret up here in the north. Your photography is truly breathtaking. Over the holiday, we saw loon parents and chick in Moultonboro, and the chick, after preening, did what we call "the wing thing" ... where they spread their wings, and stretch out their necks after a bath. He was the cutest little guy-becoming a loon!
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