Great Egret
(Ardea albus)
Photographed in Corkscrew Swamp National Park, Florida, by Jim Rosso
The Great Egret is probably one of the most adaptive feeders of all birds. It feeds in coastal tide pools, wetlands, grasslands, parks, and here in a Florida swamp.

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Other members of the genus Ardea:
Great.Egret 3
Great Egret 2
Great Egret
Gt. Blue Heron 4
Gt. Blue Heron 3
Gt. Blue Heron 2
Gt. Blue Heron 1