More from Gilbert Water Ranch

Gilbert Az has a fine park of reclaimed water and easy trails. The ponds are full of wintering birds as well as humming birds, raptors, song birds.  Birders paradise in the city! What a jewel. Very clean park. It is free. Parking is easy befor 9 am. I was there at 6 amin the dark and there were only a couple of cars then. I didn’t look these up so if I have mislabeled shout it out…I am not called Lazy Photographer for nothing!

Black Necked Stilt

Black Necked Stilt

Coot

hen

Great Blue Heron

Great Blue Heron

Black Crowned Heron?

Black Crown Heron

I believe this bird is a retired Disney star lol

goose

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15 Responses to More from Gilbert Water Ranch

  1. Mark says:

    Thanks Jan. These are beautiful.

    • Jan says:

      Thanks Mark for looking! A Jack Rabbit and coyote just ran by. Fast food! I see the border patrol today will be horse back. Hope your winter is bearable.

  2. Julie says:

    Such gorgeous pictures. Love that morning light!!!! American Coot and Black Crowned Night-Heron (since you asked). Can’t wait to see some AZ birds for myself.

  3. allisonmohr says:

    Beautiful bird photos. All of your work is just gorgeous. I left another comment on a 2012 post, didn’t realize how far back in the blog I was. Anyway, really beautiful photographs.

  4. Harvey-Jane says:

    LOVE the blue heron–lovely reflection and light. The Disney star was not too shabby either! Looks like all is well with you.
    hj

  5. Maryann says:

    Beautiful photos, Jan

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