Snowy Egret, Egretta thula
People who know me understand that grace in motion is not exactly my strong point. It is with this in mind that I confess my astonishment at the ease with which birds such as this beautiful snowy egret manage to land -- almost effortlessly -- on two relatively insubstantial branches, each connected at just one end to something only slightly more solid than themselves, each moving independently of the other. Were my avian-self to try this, I would almost certainly be featured on the feathered version of "America's Funniest Home Videos," going down in a blaze of plumage and broken twigs.
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