Bill Dunson, born in rural Georgia, skipped 12th grade and went directly to Yale. He subsequently received his PhD in Zoology from the University of Michigan. Bill is Professor Emeritus of Pennsylvania State University, thanks to a career spent teaching and researching the physiological ecology and ecotoxicology of reptiles, amphibians and fish. Bill has dedicated his life to learning and sharing his knowledge with others. Join him as he observes our better nature on the Island, his newest home.
Sunday, February 23, 2014
One last fish!
Snowy Egret in surf
This snowy egret was rushing around in the surf at Knight Island trying to catch a bedtime snack just before sunset. They can use a variety of fishing techniques including shuffling of the "golden slippers," their famous yellow feet. But this time the egret was just trying to chase the fish down.