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  1. Your first picture was a great reflection shot! Dad On Mon, Sep 20, 2021 at 12:15 PM Signs of Life…

  2. No one should be feeding the birds bread, correct? And I SO value your posts and your terrific photographic eye.…

  3. The blue heron picture, just before the one with the squirrel, looks like it has only one leg to stand…

  4. I so love that sweet night heron…and any bird standing contrapposto. And yes. That half six-pack was definitely left for…

  5. Thank you for your poetic observations. I’m amazed at your photographic alertness, and knowledge of the flora and fauna in…

  6. That’s just awful that those lines and bobbers can be really dangerous for the birds. Whatever you can do to…

  7. I love your blog! I live in Olympia, WA but it makes me so happy to start my day by…

  8. Nice capture on the female Belted Kingfisher. A very shy bird but you managed to capture it. Well done.

  9. If you get the quarterly magazine, Shorewood Today, read the article featuring Andrew’s daily trip to Estabrook Park!!

  10. Wow!  What a great morning, Andrew.   I am especially pleased to see your Cormorant.  It confirms for me that I…

  11. I’m a day behind on this one, but it’s still fun to comment…absolutely stunning! Bodacious blue beauties!

  12. Love the beautiful Blue Jay color – vibrant and perfect! Not so perfect, take a picture of some of the…

  13. You did something new and I loved it–you told one story. Also, I loved “hold my beer.” Hilarious. Carolyn Bucior

  14. LOVE that blue heron photo!I suggest sampling the mushrooms and reporting back. Carolyn Bucior

  15. WOW…now that’s a MOOSE MANIFESTATION! LOL, I was scrolling so fast at first I thought the moose was in Estabrook.…

  16. What a fantastic picture of the Blue Heron! Dad

  17. The herons…the hawks! As usual, stunning and fun!

  18. Love, and Laughed out loud (!) at the Heron suffering in the heat and humidity. Great Photo!!

  19. I’m curious Andy, how tall are these blue herons? The pictures you take make them look like they’re quite tall…

  20. Brilliant pic can see the key differences Am Black Duck (purple patch, brown tail feathers) and Mallard (blue patch with…

  21. If, by “guided tour”, you mean walking around and pointing out rocks and trees and explaining “this is where I…

  22. Looks like the heron caught an alewife at the falls?

  23. Another nice ‘walk’ with you in the Park, the grey day made brighter by your wildflowers. Hoping you someday capture…

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