The Great Egret is usually solitary and forages in shallow water and grassy marshes. He moves slowly with long neck extended in search of fish and other prey. An elegant bird on land, he is even more magnificent in flight. It’s no wonder the National Audubon Society uses the image of the Great Egret for its symbol.
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