While spending Christmas with our Florida family my son Chad and I slipped out early one morning to visit the Viera Wetlands. After a decent morning of photograph and with the sun rising high into the sky we decided to drive one more lap around the dikes before calling it a day. Moments later we spotted a great blue heron with a greater siren grasp securely in its bill. Knowing there was little time to spare I braced the 600mm lens on the car door and quickly shot this sequence of the bird swallowing the huge meal.
Yikes! That's a mouthful. Excellent captures Coy.
Cool pictures. I didn't know they ate them things. Glad they do .
RIGHT TIME, RIGHT PLACE, GREAT CAPTURE. CONGRATS ON GETTING THAT SHOT
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