|Tall trees and usually with other herons to form a colony or heronry.
Bulky stick nest.
Fish or frogs with its long bill. Herons will also take small mammals and birds.
It will often wait motionless for prey, or slowly stalk its victim.
Largely grey above, and off-white below. Adults have a white
head with a broad black supercilium and slender crest, while
immatures have a dull grey head. It has a powerful
pinkish-yellow bill, which is brighter in breeding adults.
Eggs 2-7 Pale greenish-blue. View.