Bubulcus ibis, the Cattle egret; Lake county, Florida (28 April 2013). Cattle egret are double-plus-good when they’re sporting their light-caramello accents! Learn more about this species at iNaturalist.org.
Bubulcus ibis, the Cattle egret; Volusia county, Florida (17 March 2015). Oh, man, do I love Cattle egret. They’re so-named because they love to hang around cattle in fields, picking and poking about for an arthropodic snack, but they also seem to sometimes enjoy the… Continue Reading “Bubulcus ibis, 17 March 2015”