"..when outside authorities are immovable, ignorant and uninformed we need to remind ourselves that everything happens first, on the invisible, unmanifest level. This is where our energetic frequency, our personal vibration, hides out." --Linda George, Contributing Writer Waking Times
Great Blue Herons in Courtship Display (Ardea Herodias) ~ 39-52" (99-132 cm). W. 5'10" (1.8 m). A common large, mainly grayish heron with a pale or yellowish bill. Often mistaken for a Sandhill Crane, but flies with its neck folded, not extended like that of a crane. In southern Florida an all-white form, "Great White Heron," differs from Great Egret in being larger, with greenish-yellow rather than black legs. Voice: A harsh squawk.