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  • Young herons fall from trees at Natomas apartment complex

    Black-crowned night herons, nesting in trees at a North Natomas apartment complex have been injured after falling from trees where they are being raised. Gold Country Wildlife Rescue, in Loomis, is caring for the injured birds.

Black-crowned night herons, nesting in trees at a North Natomas apartment complex have been injured after falling from trees where they are being raised. Gold Country Wildlife Rescue, in Loomis, is caring for the injured birds. Randy Pench and Ryan Sabalow The Sacramento Bee
Black-crowned night herons, nesting in trees at a North Natomas apartment complex have been injured after falling from trees where they are being raised. Gold Country Wildlife Rescue, in Loomis, is caring for the injured birds. Randy Pench and Ryan Sabalow The Sacramento Bee

Noisy herons, egrets making a mess at Natomas apartment complex

July 18, 2016 12:00 PM

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