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    Default Can you id this bird?

    We have all kinds of birds behind our new house. This one was stuck out in the rain yesterday and I have no idea what kind it was. It was about 18"-24" tall. (We're on the Gulf Coast.)




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    I think I figured it out! Possibly a juvenile Yellow Crested Night Heron.
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    Definately a Night Heron. Not positive on the exact species though. And looks pretty young.
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    Definately a juvenile yellow crowned night-heron due to the bill being black and the heavy structure of the bill.
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    I agree. It is most definitely a juvenile yellow crowned night heron.
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    I did my collage project about wild bird and definitely I can identify this bird as juvenile yellow crowned night heron.
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    It should be “Grey Heron”. These birds are mostly found in central of Europe.
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    I guess it's a juvenile yellow crowned night heron.
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