About Little Egret
Small and white with a long, slender neck, and a long black bill; long black legs with yellow feet.
Nesting in colonies in waterside trees, bushes, and reedbeds, often alongside other herons. They lay 3-6 oval blue-green eggs, taken care of by both parents for 21-22 days.
Very beautiful and elegant and usually feeds in shallow water. They run through the water flushing out fish and other animals out of their hiding places. It will then fish and swallow them whole. They like to perch on mats of floating weeds, keeping its balance by flapping its half opened wings.