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Julie,

You can see Black-crowned night herons in the evening, from either 
parking lot.    Park in a lot and walk out on the causeway at dusk.  
Look into the dead tree to the north - it seems a convenient and 
often-used roost.   As it gets dark, the birds will pop out of the marsh 
and move to their feeding grounds.    Between 8:00 pm and 8:30 is ideal, 
at this time of year.

Good birding.

Terry

Julie Waters wrote:
> At 9:19 AM -0400 8/30/07, Kinglet wrote:
>> While we're on the subject of sighting locations... where at Dead 
>> Creek are
>> Black-crowned Night Herons seen?  Is there a particular spot or just
>> anywhere in the evening hours?
>
> I got this picture:
>
> http://juliesmagiclightshow.com/?&pic=1009
>
> Last October taken right by the second parking lot.  If you're driving 
> across from the bridge to the second parking lot, the birds were 
> hanging out so they could be very visible right from the entrance to 
> the second parking lot (two juveniles).
>
> --julie

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