P/S – have called wildlife rehabilitator, if the heron makes it to the ground they suggested putting a sheet over him and then calling them. (they obviously will not go up in a tree for a bird) — The audubon only takes birds of prey. Fish and wildlife division gave me a number, but again, that’s if it makes it the ground, so my plan is, if it does not come down, I will go fishing as usual, and when it’s mom comes down, I will hopefully catch a fish and throw it under the tree where the baby is standing and maybe the baby will finally either make a noise, or the mom will notice him, will keep you posted, as for now, I see it from my desk as I
write, it’s in the norfolk pine looking aloof…

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