Top 10 Most Beautiful Herons In The World (#top_10_serise_1)

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00:00 - Intro
00:54 - Purple Heron
01:45 - Black Heron
02:21 - Great Egret
03:12 - Tri Colored Heron
03:47 - Gray Heron
04:46 - Capped Heron
05:55 - Green Heron
06:49 - Whistling Heron
07:49 - Yellow Crowned Night Heron
08:46 - Agami Heron

The #herons are long legged fresh water and coastal #birds that can be found on each continent except on Antarctica. Although hearings resemble birds and some other families, such as the storks and cranes. They differ from these and flying with their necks retracted, not outstretched. They mainly eat fish, but their diet also includes frog, small mammals and birds, reptiles and insects where they hunted by quickly straightening the s shaped nick toward the victim. With sixty-four different species of herons that differ in size, color and the type of habitat.

0:54 - Purple Heron:
They found in Africa, Asia and Europe, the purple heron is similar in appearance to the more common grey heron. But it's slightly smaller, more slender and has darker plumage. It is most active at dawn and dusk. roosting with other birds in the middle of the day and at night, but increasing it's diurnal activity, while rearing young.

1:45 - Black Heron:
Also known as the black egret, is found mainly on the eastern half of Africa and in Madagascar, preferring shallow open waters. This #bird is well known for canopy feeding, where it uses its wings like an umbrella, creating shade that attracts fish generally black in color. This bird grows long plumes on the crown and nape in breeding plumage as a species of a very large range.

2:21 - Great Egret:
Also known as the great white hair is a widely distributed egret across most of the tropical and warmer temperature regions of the world. The species breeds in colonies in trees, close to large lakes, with the reed beds or other extensive wetlands by forming monogamous pairs each season.

3:12 - Tri Colored Heron:
Formerly known as the Louisiana here and is native to coastal parts of the Americas. This bird stalks it's prey in shallow or deeper water, often running as it does so, where it's diet are usually fish, crustaceans, reptiles and insects. They generally look blue gray with a white line along the neck, but in breeding plumage they have a long blue filamentous plumes on the head and neck, along with a buff one on the back.

3:47 - Gray Heron:
The gray heron is native throughout temperate Europe and Asia, and also parts of Africa. It is residence in much of it's range, but some populations from the more northern parts migrate Southwards in order. This species breeds in colonies known as heron raise usually and higher trees close to lakes, the seashore or other wetlands. They have the ability to live in cities, where habitats and nesting space are available.

4:46 - Capped Heron:
Inhabiting the Amazonian rain forest from the center of panama to the south of brazil. The camp parent is superficially similar to the group of the night herons, but his active during daytime or at twilight. This species is very different from other herons, being the only one with a blue beacon fakes and the black crowned, the juveniles are very similar to the adults.

5:55 - Green Heron:
The green heron is a small heron of north and central America, where the body length of an adult is about forty-four centimeters and seventeen inches. Adults have a glossy greenish black cap, a greenish back and wings that are grey black grading into green or blue. The species is most conspicuous during dusk and dawn and if anything, these birds are nocturnal rather than diurnal, preferring to retreat to sheltered areas in daytime green herons are one of the few species of bird known to use tools.

6:49 - Whistling Heron:
Whistling Heron found in south America. The heron occurs at altitudes up to five hundred meters in seasonally flooded Savannah. Often and dryer grassy situations than other herons. But also in a wide variety of open water logged or shallow least submerged terrain. Because it roosts in trees. It particularly likes regions where open areas are mixed with wood lots.

7:49 - Yellow Crowned Night Heron:
The yellow crowned night heron, is one of two species of night herons found in the Americas. The other one, being the black crowned night heron. It is a rather stocky wading bird, the neck slim when extended, gives the bird a comically large head compared to it's body with large and heavy bill.

8:46 - Agami Heron:
Agami Heron also known as the chestnut bellied heron. The agami heron is a resident breeding bird from central America, south to Peru and brazil. In brazil, it is sometimes called soco by zhao floor. meaning humming bird heron. Because of it's unique coloration pattern. Despite it's stunning plumage, it's preference for shade and overhanging vegetation, means that it is rarely seen.
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