Snowy Egret

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Snowy Egret

The Snowy Egret (Egretta thula) inhabits from North United States to Argentina. Its places are marshes, lagoons, salt ponds, river mouths, or tidal flats. Its size is of 61 cm (24 inches) in height and 375 g in weight. Its plumage is entirely white.

Adults have yellow facial skin, black bill and legs, and yellow feet. Inmatures have an inner side and back of legs olive-yellow, and do not have elongate plumage as adults. This egret feeds on fishes.

Common Name: Snowy Egret
Scientific Name: Egretta thula
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