Yesterday I went back to Ocean City Welcome Center to check on the Night Herons, both Yellow-Crowned and Black-Crowned kinds. They now have eggs, and this was the first time I was able to photograph bird eggs in their nests.
In case your are wondering, here’s a picture of Ocean City Welcome Center.
And here’s a shot of the place from where I’ve been photographing the Night Herons.
Finally, a photo of a Night Heron incubating.
Incubation lasts up to 25 days, so next week, there may be new hatchlings.