White bird unknown in texas

by Josh
(Princeton, Texas, United States)

I do not have a photo becuase it was a split 4 second moment. I was sitting in the car looking at some tall grass while singing a song to myself. There were low winds, but there were a few birds flying out of the bushes and tall grass. There were the common black birds that came out, but this bird caught my eye instantly. It's wingspan was like a stork, but its body was like a pigion. And the color was extraordinary. It wasnt like your white that you would see everyday... This white was like a bright and shining white. It was flying from some tall grass to behind a tree. I kept looking back as we were driving, but unfortunatly i couldnt see it again. If you think its some kind of seabird, well we were in rural area. Tall grass with lots of trees and bushes.. Please identify this bird for me. It's been bugging me all day today. Also if it helps, we were in Texas.

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Jun 13, 2016
Reply: @Brooke NEW
by: Anonymous

It was around 2-3 o clock in the afternoon.

Jun 13, 2016
white bird unknown in texas NEW
by: Brook

It might help if we knew what time of day it was it. Can you tell us?

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