Tuesday, September 13, 2016

A Great Blue and A Majestic Hemlock

It was exciting to spy this Great Blue Heron high atop a Pennsylvania state tree, the Eastern Hemlock, in Cook Forest.
 Often called "William Penn Trees," trees of this size are often 300 years of age, dating to the era of William Penn, the first governor of "Penn's Woods."



10 comments:

  1. Wow, that is really beautiful! What a nice, large but it is!

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  2. Hello, the hemlocks are one of my favorite trees. The Great Blue Heron was a neat sighting on the tree top! Happy Tuesday, enjoy your week ahead!

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  3. well he certainly has a 'birds eye view' from up there. lovely old tree

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  4. They are a rare sighting for me.

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  5. I am always surprised to see Herons in trees!
    Lovely bird!

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