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Grassy Island Lighthouse Range Green Bay

Grassy Island lighthouse range Green Bay Photography Print

Grassy Island Lighthouse Range Green Bay

Grassy Island lighthouse range used to be north of Green Bay, Wisconsin.  The range was relocated by the Coast Guard Station in Green Bay, next to the Yacht Club grounds.

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One Lonesome Fisherman

One Lonesome Fisherman Photography Print

One Lonesome Fisherman

One of my favorite spots along the Green Bay water shoreline to sit and think. The gentle lapping of the waves against the rocky shoreline and thick cover of the trees make it a natural choice to balance your inner thoughts.

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Wequiock Falls Green Bay

Wequiock Falls Green Bay

Wequiock Falls Green Bay

Wequiock Falls Green Bay is one of Brown County’s small roadside parks.   A wonderful stop off between Green Bay and Door County, WI.
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Wequiock Falls Green Bay Froze Over

Wequiock Falls Green Bay Froze Over Video

Wequiock Falls Green Bay Froze Over

 

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First Snowstorm for Season

First Snowstorm for Season

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas. Today we experienced the first snowstorm for season. A beautiful, glistening, fluffy white dusting fell over Green Bay, Wisconsin today.

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Black Crown Night Heron

Black Crown Night Heron - Only way to get some of the better shots is by boat and this mating pair of black-crowned night herons were sitting along the shore. Not far from the nest islands.

Black Crown Night Heron

Black crown night heron are mostly active at night or at dusk. The birds stand still at the water’s edge and wait to ambush prey, mainly at night or early morning. They primarily eat small fish, crustaceans, frogs, aquatic insects, small mammals, and small birds. During the day they rest in trees or bushes.

 

Black Crowned Night Heron Sitting in Tree - Black crown night heron are mostly active at night or at dusk. The birds stand still at the water's edge and wait to ambush prey, mainly at night or early morning
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I photographed these two among a group of nesting white egrets.  The only way to get a close look was by boat.  Since the colony is on an island in Green Bay waters.

Black-crowned Night-Heron Sitting Along Shore of Green Bay Waters

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My first trip out, I noticed them sitting on an old log on the island.  No, apparent nesting site.




Black Crown Night Heron in Flight- Black crown night heron are mostly active at night or at dusk.

 

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The second trip, I could see they were building a nest inside one of the bushes on the island. I wanted to go back and see the little ones.  Although, the nesting site would have been to close to the area our boat would have to navigate. So, I decided to wait to do so.

 

We did take a trip out later in the year to the area.  All the nesting birds were gone and only pelicans and seagulls remained.




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Unmistakably Passed

Unmistakably Passed - I'm pretty sure there was a loud squeal of excitement as I pulled over to photograph this beautiful old truck.

Unmistakably Passed

This unmistakably passed photography print turned out exactly as I had hoped for.

I’m pretty sure there was a loud squeal of excitement as I pulled over to photograph this beautiful old truck.

 

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