Wildlife Wednesday – City Birds!

This photo was taken at 23h20 on Sunday evening. The good lady spotted the heron… perched on one of the ramparts of the O’Donovan Rossa Bridge across the Liffey, in the heart of Dublin City! The heron was struggling to get the eel under control. It flew off toward the Four Courts where it kept attempting to subdue the eel. Tasty late night snack? You bet!

PS – The photo isn’t the best quality, I apologise… I didn’t have a zoom with me as we were returning to the car after the show I mentioned yesterday.

PPS – Do I need to ask what you’ll be doing on this day in two month’s time?

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6 Responses to Wildlife Wednesday – City Birds!

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  2. Murtagh's Meadow says:

    It may not be the best photo but it’s a great action shot! Wonder if it managed to eat the eel in the end?

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  3. de Wets Wild says:

    Reier kon seker nie slaap as gevolg van julle konsert nie, toe raak hy honger!

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