Herons are very obvious birds during flight but when they are standing still on the waters edge looking for fish they are much harder to spot. Staff at Jacobite Cruises easily picked out this large heron though, it was using the floating pontoons as a vantage point to peer into the Caledonian Canal for a bit of supper.
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