“Great Blue Herons nest in colonies and build stick nests located in the tops of tall trees. Their colonies are often located near woodland stream corridors, in forests or near lakes. They may fly for miles to favorite feeding areas, which provide them with fish, insects, frogs, small birds and small mammals.” – Carl Kurtz
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