Several years ago we were lucky enough to have a pair of White Faced Herons nesting in our pine trees and raising a family of two.
|Fledgling plucking up the courage to take off.|
However we were very excited last Saturday when it became obvious that the pair had returned and made a nest in much the same spot. Today we are a little concerned that only one of them is visible and is sitting on a branch not far from the nest and calling.
He/She sits there for a time calling then flies off. It may be that the other one has started sitting, but we are concerned that something may have happened to one of the pair. I guess that only time will tell.
I am keeping my fingers crossed.
Liz Needle - linking with "Wild Bird Wednesday" and "Outdoor Wednesday".