Updates from October 9, 2004
I'm breaking my rule about naming locations for this picture, since the context adds much to its meaning. This great blue heron is standing on a slab of river-worn concrete silhouetted against the NY Quickway bridge over the Beaverkill River at Cairn's Pool. Several human fishermen pursue trout from one shore while an avian fisherman pursues them from the other.
A great blue heron flaunts his contraband spey hackle.
Here's a large, famous Eastern trout stream during a weekend of slow fishing in the fall.
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