Somebody please put up the “NO VACANCY” sign!

You have no idea what I had to go through to get the Honeymoon Suite!

Don’t talk to me, you promised me the Honeymoon Suite this year!

Hey buddy, couples only!

We’re moving over to the next tree, we need larger accommodations!

Couples that can decorate together, stay together!

Hey baby, look what I have!

26 Replies to “Overheard At The Rookery”

    1. Thank you!🙂 It was wonderful to watch the herons building their nests at a rookery for the first time and I wish I could have stayed there all day. I have no idea why, but during sad and stressful times I’ve never been able to lose myself in a book or binge watch tv shows in order to not think. I think I’ve tried to read a dozen books lately. I’ve discovered that a few hours outdoors watching the wildlife with my camera is a great escape and there is always something there to smile about.🙂

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    1. Thank you and I’m glad you enjoyed the commentary and photos!🙂 It was fascinating to watch them build their nests while they were keeping an eye on their neighbors. We have rain for the next few days, but I’m hoping for a return visit after that.🙂

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      1. Enjoy your return visit – those branches will sound like a nursery in no time once filled with young chicks! I wonder if their sounds will be delicate or “robust”?

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    1. Thank you!🙂 I wish I had been able to return today, it was finally a perfect spring day with sunshine and seventy degrees (too windy to kayak). I will now have to wait for a return visit after the next round of rain and snow.🙂

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    1. Thank you!🙂 That was my first visit to one and, as an introvert, all I could think was how much room was available in the rest of that tree and the surrounding trees. I’ve never seen two together while kayaking and compared to the distance between nests for swans and cranes on the lake, it was amazing to watch them nesting together.🙂

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