Here's a Black-crowned Night Heron, in mating season attire (thin white
plume(s) from the back of the head). True to its name, this bird does
not go to sleep until after dusk (after doing some foraging). Even so,
it doesn't sleep in, and gets busy early on, along with all the other birds.
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