Anhinga Drying in Sun

Fall Colors

There is a touch of fall color in the “skinny tree” which earlier this year hosted one Great Blue Heron  and several Great Egret families. Now the tree serves as an occasional landing spot for a passing bird.

Anhinga Drying in Sun
Anhinga Drying in Sun

This Anhinga chose it as a drying off spot and executed a smooth landing.

Anhinga Drying in Sun
Anhinga Drying in Sun

He then turned his back to the sun and spread his wings to dry off.

Anhinga Drying in Sun
Anhinga Drying in Sun

4 thoughts on “Fall Colors”

    1. Thanks, Belinda. I was happy to see that this poor tree had managed a few leaves through the summer. Hosting all those bird families isn’t the healthiest thing with all the pulling they do on the branches and the poop.

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