Everglades Great White Heron

White Great Heron

White Great Heron swooping down to capture its prey with its beak upside down, using its acute vision and unusual neck flexibibility. In the 1890s, until federal laws were passed against hunting these beautiful birds. Hatmakers used the bird’s plumes for fashionable ladies’ hats for sale throughout Europe. 

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