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green heron

n
(Animals) a small heron, Butorides virescens, of subtropical North America, with dark greenish wings and back
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Wildlife viewing and birdwatching exist throughout the year, and an accessible wildlife viewing platform is located on the bog, serving as a great spot to see Canada geese, mallard, wood duck, hooded merganser, pied-billed grebe, belted kingfisher, killdeer, green heron, and great blue heron.
| Simon Hart's rare Green Heron PICTURE: ARFON WILLIAMS WALES' bird of the week was a Green Heron, found in Llan-mill near Narberth, Pembrokeshire, by local MP Simon Hart while mowing the lawn!
The Green Heron (Butorides virescens) is a relatively small, stocky ardeid (241 g; 41-46 cm long) (Niethammer and Kaiser, 1983).
Little Egrets, Cattle Egrets, Blackcrowned Night Herons, Squacco Herons, a Purple Heron and even a Little Green Heron flaunted themselves.
We - or rather our guide Mega - managed to spot birds like the green heron and the yiguirro (clay-coloured thrush), the sweet-voiced national bird, but it was a quiet day on the wildlife front.
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Of the 11 short-distance migrant species detected, I confirmed that 4 species were nesters: Cinnamon Teal, Green Heron, Tree Swallow, and Common Yellowthroat.
12 photo of a green heron by Kevin Clark was striking.
And late last year a wave of excitement spread across the estate as the arrival of a rare green heron put it firmly in the spotlight of hundreds of eager twitchers.
A green heron was found in the Lost Gardens of Heligan in Cornwall, which brought some hope, then a black-eared wheatear arrived on St Mary's the day after we left.