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A Green Heron catches a big tadpole.

A Green Heron catches a big tadpole.

Green Heron by JacquelineRae

My favorite bird- the green heron. I like these birds because they look like darts when they're staring intently at the water. I'm happy with the foregr.

The Cattle Egret has many common names. These mostly relate to its habit of following cattle and other large animals, and it is known variously as cow crane, cow bird or cow heron, or even elephant bird and rhinoceros egret. Its global population estimated to be 3.8–6.7 million individuals.  This picture was taken in Safaripark Beekse Bergen, zoo and safaripark in Hilvarenbeek, the Netherlands.

The Cattle Egret has many common names. These mostly relate to its habit of…

Cattle Egret (bubulcus ibis) Florida | The Cattle Egret averages 17-21 inches in length with a wingspan just over three feet. Often observed feeding in open pastures & fields away from water. Distinguished from the Great Egret & White Heron by its much smaller size.

Cattle Egret (bubulcus ibis) Florida | The Cattle Egret averages 17-21 inches in length with a wingspan just over three feet. Often observed feeding in open pastures & fields away from water. Distinguished from the Great Egret & White Heron by its much smaller size.

Great Blue Herons by Arthur Morris | Venice Area Audubon, Florida

Great Blue Herons by Arthur Morris | Venice Area Audubon, Florida

Great White Egret.  Sweet reminder of our vacations in Amilia Island

always glorious They walk the streets in florida and bring a degree of awe to your heart.

Little Blue Herons    		Photographed  in the month of December, 2011 at Merritt Island  National Wildlife Refuge, Florida on Black Point Wildlife Drive.

Little Blue Herons Photographed in the month of December, 2011 at Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuge, Florida on Black Point Wildlife Drive.

Great Blue Herons raise their young together in rookeries.  Picture from Audubon, Dominion Resources Launch Great Blue Heron Rookery Project in Richmond, VA

Great Blue Herons raise their young together in rookeries. Picture from Audubon, Dominion Resources Launch Great Blue Heron Rookery Project in Richmond, VA

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