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Little green heron

Another Myrtle Beach wading bird.

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Competing with bass for little prey.

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Into flight:

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Great egret at Myrtle Beach

The Audubon Society’s iconic bird.

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Big five-lined skink

5-lined skink

Not an easy photo to take!

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A Yellowstone wolf sounding hauntingly familiar:

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They are awfully prominent.

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This is not a juvenile bullfrog. The two species are very similar, but the northern green frog has ridges that run from behind its ears down its back. Bullfrogs don’t have this feature.

Bullfrogs, of course, get gigantic, so once you see a fully mature bullfrog, there is no mistaking them.

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This starts out with a male, a hen, and a fledgling.

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