Guana River State Park, Florida -- The Great Blue Heron , Ardea herodias, common over most of North America, is the largest North American heron. Great blue herons nest in trees and primarily eat small fish. It uses its long legs to wade through shallow water, and spears fish or frogs with its long, sharp bill.
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