The universal (as in 100%) consensus of the several replies I've
received say "reddish egret (white morph)", and I thank all of you
out there very much for your help.
Carry on then...
> OK, what's the ID for this "Ding" Darling whitish heron or egret?
> I'm guessing from Sibley that it may be a reddish egret (bill, legs,
> "dancing and spinning" while feeding), but I'd like to be sure.
> (Sibley also does say that "the seven species of white herons [...]
> can be confusing to identify".)
> Expert help appreciated. [Thanks.]
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