White-faced Heron

The White-faced Heron (Egretta novaehollandiae) is a native Australian bird with a body length up to 70 centimetres long. Their habitat includes wetlands, swamps, coastal bays and inlets where they feed on crustaceans, fish, insects and worms.

White-faced Heron at Erskine River

White-faced Heron at Erskine River

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