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Great Blue Heron on Ambergris Caye Belize
Lenseye
yobubba
Ardea herodias


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I tried looking for the name of the eel and the closest I can come is a 'Chain Moray' , Echidna catenata
I didn't have to leave the dive shop for this shot.

Edited at 2009-02-04 06:48 pm (UTC)

I was just about to ask who he was eating! Get out of my head.

It looks so warm there; so unfair!

Part of my motivation in moving to the Caribbean was that I could not freeze or starve to death.

Statements like that make me start to question my sanity!

Your to young to make the move yet, finish school ,get some experiences then when your done kick back and watch the rest of the world get stressed over things you no longer care about.
;-)

Shoot, if things continue the way they are... I'll die from exhaustion before I make it that long! Maybe a vacation, someday, at least...

If you laugh at my stress, I may have to hurt you :P

That is stunning! I'm so lucky where i live in the scottish highlands, I regularly see herons over the cromarty firth, also every morning from my garden I see red kite, they are just sumptious. shame there's no magpies in this part of scotland. challenge for you, get me a picture of a magpie?

x

Alness Bay ? Nigg Bay ?
burrrrr I'm a tropical bird guy for a reason.

Dear yobubba , your photos are splendid :) I am glad I found your LJ, and added it to my list.

for a second
the eel is swaying
from a heron's bill

Nice to meet you! :)


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Fresh eel Sushi is expensive.
he may appreciate it. :-)

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