Here are some Heron photos from the same outing that produced the Sanderling photos in the previous post. First up is a Great Blue Heron that flew across a pool, making its croaking call all the way, in order to join a flock of Lesser Yellowlegs.
I photographed these Night Herons later in the morning. This adult Black-crowned Night Heron was the only adult I saw. And it was the only Black-crowned Night Heron I saw.
There are five young herons in this tree across the pond from where I was standing.
These are two juvenile Yellow-crowned Night Herons hanging out together on a dead tree.
A third juvenile was watching them from another branch.