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07/07/2011

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jess

Sorry for dropping in late! It's dfneiitely not a swan. But it's kind of hard to tell which heron/egret it is. Originally I thought great egret . But if it were a cattle egret or a great egret, I would have expected to be able to see the orangy-yellow bill, even at this distance.The other possibilities are little blue egret (juvenile is all white with dark bill), great blue heron (white phase), reddish egret (white phase) or snowy egret.From the way he's standing and the apparent relative size (which can fool you though, especially in pictures), I'd say great egret, in which you just can't see the orange bill.Oh wait, I just looked at the range maps, which seem to rule out everything I mentioned except for great egret.If you seem him again and he really does have a dark bill, let me know because then he'd be something else.

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