Egretta Thula (Snowy Egret) by Monte Morton

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Snowy Egret

The snowy egret is about two feet in length and has a wingspan of about three feet. It has white feathers, a yellow patch of skin around its eyes, a black bill and black legs with bright yellow feet. In breeding season, it has lacy plumes on its head, neck and back. Males and females look alike.

The snowy egret breeds on the Atlantic Coast, the Pacific Coast and the Gulf Coast. It is also found in some inland areas. It winters from California south to South America on the west coast and from Delaware south to the West Indies on the east coast.

The snowy egret can be found in marshes, swamps, shorelines, mudflats and ponds.

Photographed at Assawomen Bay in Fenwick Island Delaware.

Photographed with a Nikon D90 and a Nikon AF-S Nikkor 500mm f/4G ED VR Lens

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  • Janika
    Janikaalmost 3 years ago

    Wonderful reflection shot ;)

  • I appreciate that, thank you!

    – Monte Morton

  • RoseMarie747
    RoseMarie747almost 3 years ago


  • Thanks so much

    – Monte Morton

  • AngieDavies
    AngieDaviesalmost 3 years ago

    Stunning capture and reflection!

  • Thanks

    – Monte Morton

  • milkayphoto
    milkayphotoalmost 3 years ago


  • Many thanks!!!

    – Monte Morton

  • AuntDot
    AuntDotalmost 3 years ago

    Lovely shot, Monte. That water is like glass!

  • Thanks, it was overcast and not very good lighting.

    – Monte Morton

  • Warren. A. Williams
    Warren. A. Wil...almost 3 years ago

    Great reflection & exposure

  • Thanks Warren, lighting was bad but I was close to them for a halfway decent image.

    – Monte Morton

  • Jeff Palm Photography
    Jeff Palm Phot...almost 3 years ago

    Fantastic Image!

  • Thanks Jeff

    – Monte Morton

  • Jeannine St-Amour
    Jeannine St-Amouralmost 3 years ago

    Perfect shot!

  • Thanks so much Jeannine

    – Monte Morton

  • Christina Brundage
    Christina Brun...almost 3 years ago

    Simply stunning; outstanding!!!

  • I appreciate it Christina

    – Monte Morton

  • Glenn Bumford
    Glenn Bumfordalmost 3 years ago

    Stunning work.

  • Thanks, always appreciated!

    – Monte Morton

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