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  1. J

    Chinese/Great/Intermediate Egret?

    Deliberately phrased because I wasn't sure which taxon occurred there, and I thought the feet seemed not to have much yellow on these photos ;)
  2. J

    Chinese/Great/Intermediate Egret?

    The most useful features to look for when starting with identifying egrets are the bill colour. foot colour and size (although this isn't possible on photos). Bird #1. The bill is (mostly) black and the feet are (mostly) yellow. This fits Little Egret. Chinese egret can be very similar, but...