While traveling from the prairie to my cottage on the edge of a forest, I saw "white peg-shaped" objects lined up on the bank of a farm pond. They were so far away, I could not make out what they were.
There seemed to be no movement at all.
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they took to the sky. With one fluid motion, moved to the right, circled around, and....
landed higher on the hill.
From a Google search, I learned that a group of egrets are collectively known as a "Stampede of Egrets".
The White Cattle Egrets are the only egrets with both a yellow bill and yellow feet.
Click HERE to read some interesting facts about them.
Although my photos are not of the clear quality I like to post, I thought the story was still worth a link with