Anyways, when I passed by this Great Blue Heron, it already caught this fish (I think) and started to swallow it already. Such a shame that I didn't see the whole thing.
Another bird eating. This time, it was a Golden-crowned Sparrow eating young budding leaves from this plant. I didn't know leaves are a part of their diet too.
Nothing about food or bird in this next photo. But I spotted a Muskrat again! When I see them, it usually means that the weather next day is going to be bad. Hmm.
From where I saw the Muskrat, this handsome American Robin sat patiently on this branch looking for something. What exactly, I am not certain. But I certainly got some great pictures of it.
Then nearby, the same Great Blue Heron (I think) struck again, and this time I was fortunate enough to see the whole thing.
Look at the size of that fish - at least 10-cm long! I didn't know the fishes in the ditches can grow that big.
Then it was just a matter of positioning the fish so that it can properly slide down the heron's throat.
Afterwards, the heron kept its bill clean by rubbing against this wooden post (or grassy reeds in the first time).
A satiated bird is a happy bird, and that makes me a happy birder too. What a day!