Posted on December 18, 2020
By Michael Griffiths
Category: Wilden Marsh Nature Reserve
Another great caption 😊 – and phot of course!
Thank you! 🙂
He probably just got the nob from his fiancée.
He, like all the other herons, is waiting for his partner to arrive, and he is probably concerned about what she will think of their nest.
Always a pleasure to see a well named heron.
I am amazed at how much the Wilden Marsh Mr Grumpy resembles your local Mr Grumpy, Tom.
It is a wonderful coincidence, Mike.
Do you still have a Mr Grumpy, or could he have possibly moved to Kidderminster?
He is still here. I saw him the other day.
Herons usually live for around five years; although, some live longer. The oldest recorded heron lived for 30 years.
Our Mr Grumpy has been around for a good many years unless he has had a double.
It can be difficult to tell them apart sometimes.
They might be related.
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