Snowy Egrets

Snowy egrets were hunted almost to extinction in the 18th century. Their plumes were highly prized by hat makers and those who wore them. Fortunately, the plume trade was stopped and the snowy egret population survived and thrived. Took this shot down the road at the Carmel River Lagoon where these birds hunt fish.

Published by 67steffen

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