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A smallish all blue heron with greenish legs. The bill is light bluish grey with a dark tip. First year birds are white.
A small, active white heron, the Snowy Egret is found in small ponds as well as along the ocean shore. Its black legs and yellow feet quickly identify it. It has a dark bill.
A medium-sized, slender heron of the southeastern United States, the Tricolored Heron was formerly known as the Louisiana Heron. It is a medium-large, long-legged, long-necked heron with a long pointed yellowish or greyish bill with a black tip. The legs and feet are dark. Adults have a blue-grey head, neck, back and upperwings, with a white line along the neck. The belly is white. Tricolored Heron stalks its prey in shallow or deeper water, often running as it does so. It eats fish, crustaceans, reptiles, and insects. Hunting in the Armand Bayou.
Hunting on the shoreline of Bolivar Peninsula. A medium to large heron of shallow salt water, the Reddish Egret comes in a dark and a white form. Dark phase all dark gray with a reddish neck. It is a very active forager, often seen running, jumping, and spinning in its pursuit of fish.
Single individual walking along a retention basin's shallow edge, probing underwater with its beak, and shaking its legs as it tries to hold a firm grip onto the underwater sand. Black legs and yellow feet, black bill with a hint of yellow near the head, completely white.Cloudy, gentle breeze, 56F.
Great and Snowy Egrets catching fish below Longhorn Dam