What a beautiful shot of a Tricolored heron captured by Anita L Davis-Crumbley from the Florida Nature Lovers Group on Facebook.
Did you know?
- Tricolored herons were called Louisiana herons until 1957.
- Their average wingspan is 36 inches.
- They can live to be more than 17 years old.
- When stalking prey, the Tricolored heron will wade out deeper in the water than any other heron.
- A group of herons can be called a “hedge,” “scattering,” “battery” or “rookery” of herons.