The largest heron species in North America, the great blue herons stand 4 feet tall with long, flexible necks and a 7-foot wingspan. Its back, wings and belly are a bluish gray, while its face is white and long bill is yellow. They are deliberate, shallow water stalkers, hunting both day and night. They spear fish, small aquatic animals, and insects with their long, pointy bills. The great white heron is now known to be a white morph of the great blue and not a separate species. 1-part skull (jaw glued to cranium).
8" L x 1 ½" W x 1 ½" H 20.8L x 3.5W x 3.9H (cm)