A Little Blue Heron preens its feathers with its bill. These birds may also use their feet to groom themselves. According to the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, Little Blue Herons may nest in mutispecies colonies, alongside other waterfowl like ibises and Tricolored Herons.
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