Heron in the Mangroves

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Heron in the Mangroves

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Striated Heron, Butorides striata. The Striated Heron is one of the most widespread of wading birds, occurring from West Africa to Japan and Australia, some islands in the South Pacific, and in South America. The North American species Green Heron, Butorides virescens, and the Galápagos variant Lava Heron, B. sundevalli, were long considered to be the same species as the Striated Heron, and were collectively called the Green-backed Heron.  
Galápagos Islands, Ecuador
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