It’s Spring, and the Great Blue Herons are in their communal nesting sites called rookeries, large nests often built out over waterways. Through the Watchable Wildlife resources, you can observe birds in real time on the WildWatchCams. HeronWatch is just one of the choices — watch nature as it happens! More updates are on the Facebook page of the Washington Dept. of Fish & Wildlife, including more photos of birds and information on animal activities in the Spring season.
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