Eagle Withdrawals.

It appears Eagle Week is over, at least for now. There are still eagles at Magnolia, but it seems like some gulls and Bald Eagles have migrated on through. They did share a relationship; the gulls would find the fish and serve them on a platter for the eagles to scoop up. Unfortunately, the pelican that put on quite a show appears to have moved on too. Maybe we will see more migrating through here in the coming days.

Great Blue Heron

Moving on, there is still plenty to photograph at Magnolia! There are Wood Storks, Great Blue Herons, Great and Snowy Egrets, Anhingas fishing, Green Herons, Little Blue Herons, Kingfishers that frequent the boat landing area as well as other areas at the plantation. The swamp is beautiful right now with the fall colors. Always something.

Wood Storks
Great Egret

Saw this Anhinga with a fish. I looked up to see every camera at the boat landing trained on it. lol Good times.

Tomorrow we head to another location in the Lowcountry to see what else is going on.

Wave bye, Big Blue.

Published by Larry Maras

Nature Photographer in Summerville, SC.

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