UPDATE: One of the folks I was with yesterday just pointed me to this link which includes a live web-cams into this rookery: http://wdfw.wa.gov/wildwatch/heroncam/ Rumor has it that these birds may be leaving in a couple of weeks. Well, it seems that I keep looking "far away" for places to shoot but continue to have local places just fall into my lap. City of Kenmore, behind the King County Sheriff station and the Metro Park and Ride is a Heron Rookery. I have heard "rumors" about this place the last couple of years but never got directions. Then a friend did and he went by the other day. A few of us met there yesterday, and the only unfortunate thing was the overcast condition. I'll try again today or tomorrow if the sun comes out as well, but I'm not totally unhappy with these. From where we were we could see about 6 nests with chicks, although all of the nest shots are from one nest that was out in the open. The adults fly across the way to Lake Washington and bring food back to the chicks. Critique away, chuckle or whatever :wink: "Heading out for the groceries": "Incoming" "Touchdown for Dinner" "Feed me, Seymour, Feed Me!" "Yum-yum-yummy" "Honest, I can stop....." "See, smooth landing...." "Family Discussion" "Heading out for More"