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YShahar

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Whoa! Beautiful, but looks like a very capable fish-gobbler-upper!

Of course, now you can truly sing "Egrets, I've had a few..."
(Yeah, I know, I've made the same joke before...)
 

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Good luck! They sit and watch and wait.
 
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Good luck! They sit and watch and wait.
Yes, I am amazed by their patience (I could use some:) She did get a baby snake here yesterday which made me happy since it seems like she waits forever and never gets anything. The banded watersnake was back last night and this morning and now I have no more frogs:( I would rather have it take some of my MANY fish. I think I am at the tipping point (about 25 shubies in 900 gallons)
 
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THE LAST TIME A BLUE HERON came in my yard it landed on the roof i was respooling the weed whacker and grabbed the closest thing which was the spool and hurled it at the bugger . the spool fell apart mid flight looked like an octopus with a million arms . never saw that bird again as it did not make a very graceful exit
 

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THE LAST TIME A BLUE HERON came in my yard it landed on the roof i was respooling the weed whacker and grabbed the closest thing which was the spool and hurled it at the bugger . the spool fell apart mid flight looked like an octopus with a million arms . never saw that bird again as it did not make a very graceful exit
That bird has probably spent a lifetime dining at other birds' nests just so he can retell the story of the many-armed flying octopus that attacked him when he visited your pond. I'm sure his escape from the monster becomes more heroic with each retelling. (Somewhat like my husband's retelling of our second date ;-) )
 
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That bird has probably spent a lifetime dining at other birds' nests just so he can retell the story of the many-armed flying octopus that attacked him when he visited your pond. I'm sure his escape from the monster becomes more heroic with each retelling. (Somewhat like my husband's retelling of our second date ;-) )
`OH SHIT LMAO ................ Now if that doesn't leave the door wide open for the imagination.
 

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