Went by the Ferry Plantation House location today to check on the two adult bald eagles that nested at Saw Pen Point and successfully produced two chicks this past season. Both of the adults were present and I got to see both of them flying, but never close to me. In this photo they were about 300 yards from me. However, the juvenile yellow-crowned night-heron posed for me on the handrail of a fishing pier. It was foraging along the shore of the Lynnhaven River for fiddler crabs, its favotite food.