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  • Trish Thompson

    GREAT EGRET (Non-Breeding) - Ardea alba . . . Also Common Egret, Large Egret, Great White Heron . . . Tropical, warmer temperate regions of world. S Europe, N America, Neotropics . . . Photo: Greg Magee

  • Sandra Carter

    White Egret - Stunning Photo ! I want a hat that looks like this

  • Kate Denim

    White crane; [I've pinned this because I think the wings are what I imagine an angel's wings would look like. It's the most beautiful bird flight photo I've ever seen. ;) Mo]

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