Bird_Pond

by Lauren Howard
(Leander, TX, USA)


We frequently see interesting looking birds that could possibly be rare. As of this afternoon there were two different species that we have seen by our ponds. This evening we saw one we had never seen before and can't figure out what it is.

Any one know what type of bird, frequenting the Texas Hill Country, this may be?
Thank You! Any information would be appreciated!

Lauren

Comment
Beautiful. I think it's a Green Heron.
Susan

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