Night Heron Animal Pictures
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A night heron waiting for a fish to swim by
The black-crowned night heron or black-capped night heron has white feathers on its breast along with greyish black wings.
Juvenile Night Heron on a log
Juvenile black-crowned or black-capped night herons have brown feathers with some white spots mixed in and their beaks have not yet turned black.
Night heron chick and parent in a tree
Male and female night herons are monogamous and both parents take care of the eggs.
A night heron flying with a fish in its mouth
Night heron nest with three eggs
Night herons lay 3 - 8 eggs that hatch within 21 to 22 days.