Fasciated Tiger heron perched on an acacia tree

Fasciated Tiger heron perched on an acacia tree
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Fasciated Tiger heron perched on an acacia tree in a tropical forest. Fasciated Tiger Herons are the smallest of the three Tiger Herons. It prefers to live and feed near fast flowing streams in mountains and forested foothills where it hunts primarily for fish.

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Facts about Fasciated Tiger Herons
Common Name(s): Fasciated Tiger Heron
Scientific Name: Tigrisoma fasciatum
Family: Bitterns and Herons (Ardeidae)
Length: 58 - 64 cm
Diet: Fish, insects
Habitat: Rivers, wetlands, tropical & subtropical moist forests
Distribution:  southern Central & northern South America 
Conservation: Least concern

Fasciated Tiger heron perched on an acacia tree in a tropical forest. Fasciated Tiger Herons are the smallest of the three Tiger Herons. It prefers to live and hunt near fast flowing streams in mountains and forested foothills where it hunts primarily for fish.

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