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A Great Blue Heron Goes Out On A Limb At Wheaton Regional Park

Good things come to those who wait-- including this great blue heron on the Sligo Creek. We often spend hours watching herons hunt for meal. Their patience is incredible. The sight never gets old. Check out the feast this heron enjoys today

A Howling Good Time at The Garden of Lights at Brookside Gardens

Good things come to those who wait-- including this great blue heron on the Sligo Creek. We often spend hours watching herons hunt for meal. Their patience is incredible. The sight never gets old. Check out the feast this heron enjoys today

Lunch Time! Mama Bird Feeds Baby Bird

Good things come to those who wait-- including this great blue heron on the Sligo Creek. We often spend hours watching herons hunt for meal. Their patience is incredible. The sight never gets old. Check out the feast this heron enjoys today

Photographer Stephen Davies Talks Birds at Sligo Creek

Good things come to those who wait-- including this great blue heron on the Sligo Creek. We often spend hours watching herons hunt for meal. Their patience is incredible. The sight never gets old. Check out the feast this heron enjoys today

Great Blue Heron Hunts for Dinner

Good things come to those who wait-- including this great blue heron on the Sligo Creek. We often spend hours watching herons hunt for meal. Their patience is incredible. The sight never gets old. Check out the feast this heron enjoys today

Santa Drops Christmas Gifts On The Northwest Branch Trail

I’m Chris Lancette, and this is my story of why I joined the Maryland Master Naturalist program – an effort partly inspired by my mentor, Henry David Thoreau. Never heard of MMN? Think of it as an ecology 101 course followed by chances to get hands-on, feet-wet experiences that protect Mother Nature. I just completed the education part of the program through the Audubon Naturalist Society, producing this video as my last assignment. Now it’s time for me to roll up my sleeves and get to the volunteer work, which is going to be much more fun than it is work!