The Herons in The Regent’s Park in central London are tame. That’s the only word to describe them. I’ve been here in autumn to see them in beautiful sunshine and enjoyed watching a man throw frankfurter sausages for them. They’re very good at catching:
Today there are no sausages.
Herons are experts at remaining completely still when in hunting mode.
They make exceptional statues on natural plinths.
They’re always a thrill to spend time with.