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The Capped Heron (Pilherodius pileatus) is natural to the Americas. Its distribution extends from the Darien in Panama to the Amazon Basin in Bolivia, Paraguay and southern Brazil.
It is normally found in the proximity of water where the vegetation is dense.
The nest is done on the trees. The clutch is two to four eggs.
The diet consists of fish, frogs and insects.
In length reaches from 56 to 59 cm.
The Capped Heron in Spanish is called “Garciola”.
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