An egret is any of several herons. The Great Egret is a large bird with all-white plumage that can reach one meter in height and weigh up to about 0.9 kg, making it only slightly smaller than the Great Blue or Grey Heron. In flight the bird pulls its neck back; this unique characteristic of herons and bitterns distinguishes them from similar-looking birds.
Egrets breed in colonies close to large lakes with reed beds or other extensive wetlands. They build bulky stick nests. The Great Egret feeds in shallow water or drier habitats, most of the time by standing still and allowing the prey to come within striking distance of its bill which it uses as a spear.
Guardian G2 Propane Cannon + Telescoping Barrel
Protect large areas where birds and animals may threaten crops. The G2 Cannon covers up to 2.8–4.05 hectares, based on the layout and topography of your land. This cannon comes with an adjustable, telescoping barrel to adjust its sound intensity from 80–120 decibels depending on your needs.