Large curved beak with 3' wing span

by Bruce
(Amityville, NY)


This bird was spotted in Amityville, Long Island, New York during the week of February 17, 2014. His beak is long, and is slightly curved downward, there is white above the beak with gray streaks. His eyes are red and black and his chest is white with gray wings with white stripes. His head is gray.

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Feb 24, 2014
Thanks NEW
by: Bruce

Yes, that looks like it, Thanks

Feb 23, 2014
Large curved beak with 3' wing span NEW
by: Rattlesnake Creek Garden Club

Looks like a black crowned night heron.

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