Green herons look like they have NO neck, until they reach for something and a surprisingly long version suddenly appears, putting the bird’s beak within instant proximity of a hapless fis or such.
There are lots of photos for your pleasure, and much knowledge being shared about the funky little fishing bird that is an instant charmer.
Keep on the lookout for green herons the next time you are near a body of water. And prepare to be entertained.
The site offers hundreds of detailed photos of these beautiful fish. They are there for your entertainment, to be sure, but are also very valuable assets to cichlid collectors in their sometimes difficult chore of identifying which of the thousands of species that they actually have.
There’s fun stuff here, too. For instance, you can download wallpapers of gorgeous cichlids that will make your desktop something far out of the ordinary. I have just installed the picture of Aulonocara gertrudae which looks nearly identical to another Aulonocara species that I own (and who rules my 55 gallon tank!).
Got a question about cichlids? Ask Pam! Her forum is loaded with info about cichlids from Africa, South America, and Madagascar.
Aquarists, savor this site. Everyone else, enjoy its gorgeous color photos of some of the earth’s most gorgeous fish.