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Harris Neck NWR, Georgia. Last updated: 5/8/2006

Above and below: Nesting Great Egrets at Harris Neck NWR, Georgia (5/7/2006).

Below two: Anhingas at Harris Neck NWR, Georgia (5/7/2006).

Below two: Young American Alligators at Harris Neck NWR, Georgia (5/7/2006).

Below: The presence of this large gator just below the heronry was certainly not a coincidence.

Below: Common Moorhens at Harris Neck NWR, Georgia (5/7/2006).

Below: A Snowy Egret at Harris Neck NWR, Georgia (5/7/2006).

Below: An immature White Ibis at Harris Neck NWR, Georgia (5/7/2006).

Below three: A hen Wood Duck with her large family at Harris Neck NWR, Georgia (5/7/2006).

Below: Darn! I couldn't swap out the big lens quickly enough to zoom back from this armadillo, which was foraging along the roadside at Harris Neck NWR, GA (5/7/2006).

Below: A Wood Stork gathering nesting materials. Several hundred storks nest in this lovely refuge.

Below: A beautiful pair of Ring-necked Pheasants foraged along the road near the refuge. Male shown above and below, with female shown between.


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