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Created 27-Apr-18
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The Tricolored Heron (formerly called the Louisiana Heron) is similar in appearance to the Little Blue Heron. Tricolored Herons are slate grey with a white stripe running down the neck and white underside, as well as white plumes on the head during breeding season, neck may also be rust colored. Measuring about 26 inches long, the Tricolored Heron has a wingspan of 36 inches and can be found in marshes, ponds and the shallow waters of rivers where they hunt fish, insects and other small prey.
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