This is a follow up to my previous post about Night Herons and Bitterns. They are quite good at disappearing into the vegetation but they do have to fly to get around. They aren’t so stealthy when they do. This is another juvenile Black-crowned Night Heron. It was hard to miss when it flew across the pool and landed at the edge of the reeds. It stood for a few minutes and then completely disappeared from view. Anyone who did not see it fly in would never know it was around.