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Florida Species of Special Concern
Usually found singly in shallow salt water. Quite animated when fishing - running, jumping and spreading their wings to lure fish into the shade.
There are two distinct colorings of reddish egrets. The dark morph is more common. The white morph looks very similar to some of the other white birds of the heron family.
Egretta rufescens is a member of the Ardeidae - Herons & Bitterns family.
Other species of the Egretta genus in the Wild Florida Photo database:
View Egretta caerulea - LITTLE BLUE HERON
View Egretta thula - SNOWY EGRET
View Egretta tricolor - TRICOLORED HERON
Birds of Florida Todd Telander
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Date record last modified:
Aug 07, 2016