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White-backed Night-Heron with 2 week old chicks. - White-backed Night Heron (Gorsachius leuconotus) is a species of heron in the Ardeidae family. This relatively small and dark night heron is found throughout a large part of sub-Saharan Africa.

White-backed Night-Heron with 2 week old chicks. - White-backed Night Heron (Gorsachius leuconotus) is a species of heron in the Ardeidae family. This relatively small and dark night heron is found throughout a large part of sub-Saharan Africa.

Malayan Night Heron brood shift ----- go to flickr site to see VIDEO of parents feeding chicks!

Malayan Night Heron brood shift ----- go to flickr site to see VIDEO of parents feeding chicks!

Agami Heron - A cluster of hematophagous flies is feeding on an unfeathered area at the base of the bill!

Agami Heron - A cluster of hematophagous flies is feeding on an unfeathered area at the base of the bill!

On the southeastern coastal plain, the Tricolored Heron - Egretta tricolor; is a characteristic bird of quite shallow waters. Strikingly slender, with long bill, neck and legs, it is often seen wading belly-deep in coastal lagoons. Although it is solitary in its feeding, it is sociable in nesting, often in very large colonies with various other herons and egrets.

On the southeastern coastal plain, the Tricolored Heron - Egretta tricolor; is a characteristic bird of quite shallow waters. Strikingly slender, with long bill, neck and legs, it is often seen wading belly-deep in coastal lagoons. Although it is solitary in its feeding, it is sociable in nesting, often in very large colonies with various other herons and egrets.

White-faced heron - Out at Taiaroa Head this afternoon this heron was feeding in the grass behind the viewing platform on skinks. I ended up sharing this bird with some photographer from Gore. Then with some serious gear pointed at this bird the tourists lost interest in the albatross thinking this was something very rare. As usual we moved about carefully but the tourists just walked up to it. .

White-faced heron - Out at Taiaroa Head this afternoon this heron was feeding in the grass behind the viewing platform on skinks. I ended up sharing this bird with some photographer from Gore. Then with some serious gear pointed at this bird the tourists lost interest in the albatross thinking this was something very rare. As usual we moved about carefully but the tourists just walked up to it. .

The  night-herons, with large eyes for feeding in the dark, is the next  subgroup. Description from discoverlife.org. I searched for this on bing.com/images

The night-herons, with large eyes for feeding in the dark, is the next subgroup. Description from discoverlife.org. I searched for this on bing.com/images

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