Great Blue Heron
The Great Blue Heron (Ardea herodias) is the largest North American heron. It determines from 91– 137 centimeters (36– 54 in) head-to-tail length, around 167– 201 cm (66– 79 in) wing period, as well as around 1.82– 3.6 kg (4.0– 7.9 lb) in weight.
This wading bird occupies marshes, seawater coasts, rivers, lakes, and also ponds. It is has blue-gray body as well as gray with a slight azure blue flight plumes. It has boring gray-yellow costs, black plumes above their eyes and lengthy yellow legs and also neck.