Heron today, goon tomorrow

Thanks to the Mower Lady, I feel safe saying I've seen green herons at Oak Point. The neck is just confusing. Sometimes it is short, and other times long. It's like that Fantastic Four guy in the Sixties cartoon show that stretched his arm sooooooo far. Or, maybe, like Inspector Go-Go-Gadget. Or... NBA amazing dunk shots. Library ladies shelving books on top shelves compare and contrast these superheroes. I would look better in Gadget's trench coat than Fantastic Four Spandex, for sure.

The cartoon show had a guy with an optional elastic arm feature, a girl who could be invisible, and an immature kid who responded to the shout, "Flame on, Johnny!" Being extremely mature myself, I fist pump and shout, "Flame on, Johnny!" whenever I light a grill or fireplace.

August 13, 2013
August 13, 2013

August 13, 2013

September 22, 2012

November 19, 2012
Makes my neck hurt--November 19, 2012
Halloween 2012

A yellow crowned night heron was hanging out in Prather Park, Highland Park, TX 75205, August 3, 

A heron roost at the Heard's wetlands area in McKinney, TX, February 3, 2013.

Sadly, a great blue heron standing near a junked grocery cart, seen from the Spring Creek Trail just north of Renner Road in Richardson.
Spring Creek Trail
Flying off toward US 75 in Richardson. February 21, 2013

Hide and seek great blue heron after a thunderstorm, Rowlett Creek, Oak Point Nature Preserve, July 3, 2014: 

Probably a little blue heron at the hidden pond, Arbor Hills Nature Preserve, May 29, 2012:

Just a pretty picture from Russell Creek Park, June 7, 2011:

February 16, 2013

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