Rufescent Tiger-heron by KenG ()
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The Rufescent Tiger-heron is found from Central America through much of South America. It feeds by means of standing or walking slowly in streams, creeks and patches of open water in marshes. It has been observed using tiny pieces of bread as bait for small fishes (Cichlidae). It hunts solitary or in pairs, but very rarely in flocks and is usually strongly territorial when feeding.
Models include Stonemason's Willow Creek and my Songbird ReMix Shorebirds v4, Nature's Wonders Ant Lines, Frogs, Dragonflies and Damselflies and Moths of the World.