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They typically show up on the Christmas Bird Count. As long as open water is available a few tend to stay.    Sue wetmore
---- Pamela Coleman <[log in to unmask]> wrote: 
> I have been seeing a GBH as well, on Otter Creek, where it runs paralell to Route 7 in Mount Tabor.   I've spotted it several times over the last few weeks, most recently yesterday afternoon around 2:30.  It was standing on the ice fishing, too.   Is this unusual for them to still be in the area?   Pam Coleman
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>   Sue Wetmore <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>   Today at Jones Pond south of Brandon a lone GREAT BLUE HERON ice fishing. It was standing on the ice peering at the open water. Later found it to have left for where ever.
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> Sue Wetmore
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