Saying Hello To Big Blue

We were minding our own business on our evening walk when our fearless leader pointed out we had to stop and say hello to Big Blue.

We're being watched, fellows.
We’re being watched, fellows.

One of our walking routes takes us across a wooden walkway over the salt marsh. All sorts of creatures live in the marsh including a couple of birds we see regularly. One of our pals was hanging out there last night.

Hi Big Blue!
Hi Big Blue!

That’s a great blue heron who hangs out in this spot all of the time. Once Frankie spotted him, Roscoe stuck his head out to say hello. Unfortunately, the heron was unimpressed and turned away much to Roscoe’s disappointment.

That's just rude, Big Blue.
That’s just rude, Big Blue.

Did you know you can click on one of the photos and scroll through all three at once? Pretty cool, huh?

2 Comments

  1. Jean Burkhardt on June 17, 2020 at 8:53 am

    Hu-Dad-it seems the Sibes have many interesting creatures to look at where you live. WOULD they like to greet them close up? WE’ll never know!

  2. Lori & Izzy Bear on June 17, 2020 at 8:53 am

    I love Blue Herons!!! Such beautiful birds!! I’m sorry Big Blue was unimpressed to see you Roscoe buddy ????

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