Mother, father and youngster Osprey sharing nest.
A robin feeds her babies in the nest.
A baby osprey is spotted in the nest for the first time this year.
The mother and her two young great blue herons share the nest.
The nests in the heron rookery are getting crowded these days as the young heron start to grow.
The baby herons are driving mom crazy in the nest.
New Great Blue Herons are born throughout the Rookery.
A male osprey with wings spread wide landing on nest with female mate.
Female heron watching over her eggs in the nest.
An osprey landing on the nest with his wings spread open wide.
A great blue heron flying through the blue sky.
A female great blue heron watching over the nest.
Great blue herons are soaring through the spring blue sky.
Two Great Blue Herons building their nest in a tree.
Here is a pair of juvenile herons fighting over who gets to eat first, while mom sets of the branch waiting.
Here are a number of great blue herons in the rookery.
A male heron returning to the nest with a twig to help complete the nest.
Here is a female great blue heron in the rookery rearranging her nest to sit on the eggs.
Here are two young osprey telling mom they are hungry and want to eat now. This photograph was taken with a Canon 7D Mark II camera and a Sigma 150-600 lens with a 1.4x teleconverter giving a effective length of 840 mm. The shutter speed was set at 1/1000 second, the aperture was set at f9 and the ISO was set at 2500.
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The female osprey takes flight from the nest. Her powerful wings are at the top of there stoke, allowing her to gain altitude over the nest in just a few large wing flaps. This photograph was taken with my Canon 7D camera and a 400 mm lens. The shutter speed was set at 1/1600 second, the aperture was set at F6.3 and the ISO was set at 250.