State Parks | Cattle Egret | New Jersey

It is always exciting to get out and visit a new location.

I don’t usually do any research in advance of a visit to a new place to see what I might find there.

I like to be surprised. The excitement of seeing something new and unexpected is part of what I find so fun.

If you see a new bird. Do you know what it is. Are you familiar with it. Or is it something completely new that you were not even aware existed.

Egrets in the region of the Untied States where I live come in three varieties. However, wher eI live we usualy only see one species of egrets.

So it was so cool to see one in person when I visited For Mott State Park in New Jersey.

The Cattle Egret is not the species of egret that I can see where I live.

The most distinguishable among the varieties of egrets is their size.

The Cattle Egret is a relatively small Egret.

Photo info: Nikon D300S. Nikon 300mm f/4. Focal length 420mm. ISO 400. 1/3200 sec. f/5.6.

Cattle Egret

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