Nisqually Wildlife Refuge

*Picture heavy post!

On my last day of vacation, our daughter-in-law took Hubby and I to the Nisqually Wildlife Refuge.

I shared about this wonderful estuary at the Nisqually River delta in this post.

I love visiting here!

Nisqually Wildlife Refuge

*Clicking on a photo will give you a closer look!

Nisqually Wildlife Refuge

I wasn’t ready for this heron. We had just gotten out of the car, and I had heard noise in the water behind the bushes. I was surprised when I saw the heron getting her breakfast!

Unfortunately, my camera wasn’t acclimated yet, and I had mist on the lens! I still have so much about photography to learn!

Oops!

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Nisqually Wildlife Refuge

I hope you enjoyed the sharing of what I did on my vacation (never thought I’d be writing about vacation once I left grade school).

Nisqually Wildlife Refuge

Stay safe. Stay healthy.

See the world around you!

15 responses to “Nisqually Wildlife Refuge

  1. What a lovely place! So many cool photos! Nice capture of the Great Blue!

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  2. Such a wonderful post! I just love herons; they are so elusive here!

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  3. Great pictures!

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  4. It looks very peaceful.

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  5. We had a heron couple that lives at the lake during the summer. They are such majestic birds!

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  6. You caught a lot of great photos. Love seeing herons – I am ever fascinated by their poise and patience.

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  7. I rather like the fog on the lens!

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