By Ted Grussing
… again, and we were the only ones on Watson Lake this afternoon. A lot of migratory waterfowl on the lake now and we did our best to shoot them all; perhaps not quite a successfully as we would have liked, but we tried. Near the end of day we came on an egret that was more interested in securing food before sunset than being spooked by us. We got within fifty feet of him and he just continued looking for food … never has a creature been shot so many times … between the two of us I think it was over a thousand, which is ridiculous, but he was there, we were there and we had cameras that shoot lots of frames per second. The real bummer is that now I have to go through them and delete most of them … a project for the morning.