A Large Egret basks in the late morning sun while roosting on a rock. Ruffling its feathers, it warms its body while absorbing the day's heat.
Fauna activity tends to decrease towards the beginning of the afternoon. Wildlife generally seeks shelter from the sun under a tree or near the water’s edge. Great Egrets, in specific, will settle down near a shore, enabling them to surveil potential prey. Nevertheless, when resting or stretching themselves, Great Egrets will ruffle their feathers and expose their under plumage.
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