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Anything for a tasty morcel by Daniel  Parent
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This reddish egret was photographed fishing at J.N. “Ding” Darling Wildlife Refuge on Sanibel Island Florida USA with a Nikon D3s and a Nikon 600 mm lens.

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I am enthusiast photographer living in Gatineau Quebec. I have always enjoyed nature and wildlife and photography allows me to share and express my interest as an observer of wildlife and its behaviour. I hope you enjoy the images and share your comments and thoughts accordingly.

My e-mail is djlparent@yahoo.com.

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  • Helen Akerstrom Photography
    Helen Akerstro...over 2 years ago

    Wonderful capture.

  • mhm710
    mhm710over 2 years ago

    Beautiful!!!!! I’ve been to this wildlife refuge. It is a pretty place.

  • Hi mhm710; this was my first time in the area and was fortunate to attend twice; I enjoyed every time I went through the circuit; a new discovery at virtually every time around

    – Daniel Parent

  • Dlouise
    Dlouiseover 2 years ago

    Beautiful capture.

  • lcretyi
    lcretyiover 2 years ago

    Oh I am Jealous, this is simply Brilliant!
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  • Thank you very much Laura

    – Daniel Parent

  • GolemAura
    GolemAuraover 2 years ago

    what a nice face :)

  • Ray Clarke
    Ray Clarkeover 2 years ago

  • Konstantinos Arvanitopoulos
    Konstantinos A...over 2 years ago


    29 May 2012 – 1 image per 24hrs

  • Ray Clarke
    Ray Clarkeover 2 years ago

  • Thank you very much Ray

    – Daniel Parent

  • Lin Taylor
    Lin Taylorover 2 years ago

    Great timing. Looks like my blue heron except the red head. Did he do a happy dance after dinner?

  • Hi Lin,

    He did a happy dance chasing after dinner. Contrary to the great blue heron which stalks its prey motionless for the most part, the egret (and tricolored heron to some extent) on the other hand actively chases after its prey putting on a great show in shallow waters. A real treat and joy to photograph.

    – Daniel Parent

  • Sanne Hoekstra
    Sanne Hoekstraover 2 years ago

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