GBH...injured...(caution)

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lol Chris
I think a bit of nutzz has to go with art of any kind...lol

Yes unfortunate it was this guy especially.
 
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Gale I think most of these injurys to the GBH maybe coming from snapping turtles in the mud. I have see some of these turtles and if that's what it was the heron is lucky to be alive.
Lou
 
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Lou,
I was hoping you would stop by on this one.
Well I supose that is possible.

Will he survive this injury do you know.
 
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Lou,
I was hoping you would stop by on this one.
Well I supose that is possible.

Will he survive this injury do you know.
Only if it can eat. I have seen some one legged GBH and that is the primary reason for it, a fair size snapper will take it clean off. I watched one is a local swamp last summer come up out of the water and his shell was a good 18 inches from the neck part to the tail part and I got a photo of his head and I had trouble fitting it in my 500 + a 1.4 and had to switch over to another smaller set up on my seat to get him.
They also will grap a young duck or goose swiming along behind Mom.
Lou
 
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