- March 04, 2019
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Dropping out of the opalescent sky with its neck neatly tucked back, the heron floated into view. Swinging its long legs forward at the last second, the graceful bird landed at the edge of an open pool of water. The blue-gray body stood out against the tawny marsh grasses.
Seeing herons at the Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge in Virginia is a common occurrence, but this bird was a bit different than most.[Continue Reading]