MOUNTAIN VIEW (CBS SF) — A group of sycamore trees on the Google campus has become the new home for a large colony of egrets. There are so many birds that Google has closed the aptly-named Shorebird Way to prevent chicks that fall from their nest from being run over.

Wildlife experts say this colony represents about 20% of all the egrets in the Bay Area.

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On the nearby Bay Trail, passersby have seen the adults hunting for their newborns and, for the most part like, what they see.

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“They’re tall and lanky and thin — like me,” Rodger Rushing told us. But young Jessie Rushing was less impressed. “I don’t want to talk about them,” he said.

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The colony is expected to be active until the end of August.