Many Great Blue Herons have been through the Rogers Wildlife Rehabilitation Center in Hutchins, Texas. The birds come into the center injured or orphaned, and the staff diligently nurses them back to health. When fully recuperated, the rehabbed herons are released back into the wild. They are set free to once again make their way in the wild as best they can.
Some of these released birds have decided that the grounds of the RWRC are as good as anyplace to make a home. A small group of them has established a rookery on the property. These newly resident birds get the added benefit of a free daily feeding, and when the dinner bell rings the Great Blue Herons come running!
|Date||–||Jan 20, 2013|
|Time of Day||–||Noon|
|Type of Behavior||–||Feeding|