I have never seen such an extreme variation of supplemental plumage in an American White Pelican and might never again.
The bird I was looking at wasn't a juvenile Black-crowned Night Heron at all, it was an adult American Bittern out in the open!
I liked the crouched position of this Snowy Egret as it was about to strike the prey it was hunting and when it struck it did capture and eat the small fish.
I saw plenty of birds yesterday including juvenile Black-crowned Night Herons at Bear River MBR every where I looked.
Sometime very soon I will need to smell the sagebrush, hold it in my hands and breathe.
Friday evening a wildfire started on Antelope Island State Park several miles northwest of Fielding Garr Ranch. The cause is thought to be lightning.
I thought the invisible fence made this roadside Swainson's Hawk in rural Montana an interesting subject to share.