Heron Nest-Building Projects
December 16, 2011
by the act of choosing a nest site, are often destined to destroy it.
The acidity of heron droppings begins to kill the nest trees, and after 1
or 2 years, the colony begins to fall apart. In an
attempt to entice herons to stay, some conservationists band together to
erect heron nest platforms that tower several feet into the sky.
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