Egrets in a tree in the front year of Patricia Joe’s home on Mulberry Road in Atwater in 2012. When the first egrets came and made nests in those overgrown trees, and Patricia thought nothing of it. Four months later, though, she cannot ignore the egrets, no matter how hard she tries. There are about 100 of them living 10 feet from her front door.
Egrets in a tree in the front year of Patricia Joe’s home on Mulberry Road in Atwater in 2012. When the first egrets came and made nests in those overgrown trees, and Patricia thought nothing of it. Four months later, though, she cannot ignore the egrets, no matter how hard she tries. There are about 100 of them living 10 feet from her front door.
Egrets in a tree in the front year of Patricia Joe’s home on Mulberry Road in Atwater in 2012. When the first egrets came and made nests in those overgrown trees, and Patricia thought nothing of it. Four months later, though, she cannot ignore the egrets, no matter how hard she tries. There are about 100 of them living 10 feet from her front door.

Against the Grain: Hundreds of egrets are hard to ignore in Atwater

July 12, 2014 06:00 PM

UPDATED July 11, 2014 04:22 PM

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