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Yellow-crowned Night Heron Round Beach Towel featuring the photograph Yellow-Crowned Night Heron by Bill and Linda Tiepelman

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Yellow-Crowned Night Heron Round Beach Towel

Bill and Linda Tiepelman

by Bill and Linda Tiepelman


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Here it is... the towel that's taking the internet by storm.   Our round beach towels are 60" in diameter and made from ultra-soft plush microfiber with a 100% cotton back.   Perfect for a day at the beach, a picnic, an outdoor music festival, or just general home decor.   This versatile summer essential is a must-have this season!

Design Details

The Yellow-Crowned Night Heron is a nocturnal heron of the southern swamps and coasts, the Yellow-crowned Night-Heron can also be found breeding... more


60" Diameter Not Including Tassles

Care Instructions

Machine wash cold and tumble dry with low heat.

Ships Within

2 - 3 business days

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Yellow-Crowned Night Heron Photograph by Bill and Linda Tiepelman


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Comments (3)

Sharon Mau

Sharon Mau

. . ★ . . beautiful work Bill . . ★ . .

Lori Frisch

Lori Frisch


Nadine and Bob Johnston

Nadine and Bob Johnston

.... Like the subject, technique, composition, and color... Today it was Published in the Internet publication ARTISTS NEWS.... Anyone can Just Highlight this link ---- http://bit.ly/RVPlpf - Use Ctl-C to copy and Ctl-V ---- to put it into the Browser Address, to view the publication. You can then, Tweet, FB, and email, etc a copy of the publication, to just anyone you feel would be interested. Happy Promoting! :-)

Artist's Description

The Yellow-Crowned Night Heron is a nocturnal heron of the southern swamps and coasts, the Yellow-crowned Night-Heron can also be found breeding along wooded streams northward to Indiana and Illinois.

They live on the coast along islands, mangroves, and barrier beaches; farther inland in wooded swamps, forested uplands, and lakes and rivers, sometimes near residential areas. They usually nest in small colonies, sometimes with other wading birds, and forage along tidal marshes, in tide pools and the shores of water bodies where crustaceans are abundant.

Both sexes help build the nest, which can be as high as 60 feet or so, away from the trunk on a horizontal limb, often hanging over the water. The female stands on the nest site while the male carries sticks to her as part of the pair-bonding process. As the nest comes along, the female begins to gather sticks as well, the birds typically strip sticks from the limbs of dead trees rather than gathering them from the ground....

About Bill and Linda Tiepelman

Bill and Linda Tiepelman

We have been married for 25+ years and enjoy photographing the world around us. Being able to explore and enjoy the outdoors, nature, and local beauty together as a shared passion keeps us strong and interested in each other and examining the subtleties and beauty the world has to offer. Follow us on Facebook to see all of our daily photo posts.