According to Audubon, the Tricolored Heron is built for marsh life. Its long legs enable it to wade and see down through water; long toes churn up food; a long neck and bill help reach prey; broad wings help lift its heavy body vertically out of brushy wetland. Once called the "Louisiana Heron," this colonial nester is a close relative of bitterns and one of only four North American egret species.
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