The Best Bird #2

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Great Blue Heron
These common carnivores are mostly seen near some kind of water, though we've also seen them foraging in a field. As all wading birds, their habitats are threatened by human development - and oil spills. Great blues are known to prey on other birds and small mammals as well as fish.

This photo was taken near San Blas, Mexico. (2/07)

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