This is the third of three Wild Bird Wednesday's that I need to organise before I head off for work related travel. So, although the familiar blue button will appear at the bottom of the page - the posts themselves will be rather briefer than normal. A full service WBW will be along next week!
White-faced Herons are just about the most common heron in my part of the world - if there is a statue like figure in the reeds, waiting for fish, chances are it's Egretta novaehollandie, the white-faced heron.
This rather fine specimen was basking in the sunshine at Walkerville, Victoria last year. And although he did turn his back on me, he was rather cooperative.
And now its your turn to join in - click on the blue button to link your blog to WBW - and while my visit may not be swift, I'll get to you in the end, although I hate to think how long some of you may have been waiting!