Rocky Squabbles — pat morss

There are rock ownership issuse out here. But wildlife generally gets along (unless you’re dinner). Happy Solstice tomorrow.

Loud barking when a second seal hauled out on the same Brace Cove rock
Mallards generally claim this Niles Pond rock
And share it with the turtles during lily pad season
But lately Hank Heron has moved in
One lady was clearly expressing her displeasure
Large Hank had no concern and raised a leg to rest
Until two noisy tree surgeon trucks passed by
Meanwhile, diving Mergansers were having a bad hair day
And a Black-crowned Night Heron hid in the reeds at water’s-edge

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