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A swan in the Parc du Marquenterre I spend a good hour in the park's highlight attraction, the heronry.
When is a heronry crowded: a case study of Huckleberry Island, New York, U.
A useful dual-purpose performer for Nicky Henderson in previous seasons, Heronry made an inauspicious start for Jamie Snowden when pulled up on his debut for the yard at Wincanton on Boxing Day.
The gangly birds, with wingspans of nearly seven feet, flew in and out of the heronry, soaring, circling, and landing with such grace that they seemed no weightier than an origami crane.
McCoy admitted Heronry (evens favourite) was hardly one of the elite performers at Nicky Henderson's stable, but he would stand out for most smaller trainers as he extended his sequence to three wins from five starts when never seriously challenged in the Docker Hughes Memorial Novices' Hurdle.
The Seven Barrows trainer, who later combined with Geraghty to land the Oxshott Novices' Handicap Hurdle with the well-backed Heronry (9-4 favourite), said of Utopie Des Bordes: "She's not very big but she can jump.
All he has to do is work out from a water source, from a creek or river, back to the tall trees at the edge of the marshlands, and there will often be hundreds of nests in one heronry.
DROP in on some of the UK's largest, most majestic birds as they begin their annual courtship and nest-building at the St Albans heronry in Herts.