Yellow-crowned Night Heron

The Yellow-crowned Night Heron is said to be solitary and often more secretive than the Black-crowned Night-Heron, the Yellow-crowned is still quite common in parts of the southeast, particularly in coastal regions. It feeds by day as well as by night using its stout bill for feeding on hard-shelled crustaceans.

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