The great blue herons are sorting out where the best fishing spots are within the riprap. The heron on the left is a juvenile, hatched last year. The heron on the far right is an adult and I think it is a female. The middle heron, who’s priority is evident while he eats and ignores the sparring of the other two, is a mature male great blue heron. The juvenile is using his crown feathers in a raised display, hoping to get the smaller heron to back off. It didn’t work. Right as I got to the end of the sequence, a 4th (unseen great blue heron) dove into the middle of the other three and they all scattered.