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Texas Migrating Bird?

by Bonnie
(Dallas, Texas)

Large grey bird with a long neck and a very long beak. Looks like a velocaraptor from the neck and head.

Has some white on its body.




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Aug 03, 2011
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Velocaraptor Bird
by: Judy-Seattle

Hello Bonnie! That is quite a description! I am going to guess that you saw a Great Blue Heron. I will upload a photo of one for you in a new post here.

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