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- Once hunted for its extravagant feather plumes, the snowy egret now enjoys a broad range across the Americas.
- The snowy egret can be identified by its dagger-shaped black bill, black legs, yellow feet, and all-white plumage.
- The snowy forages in shallow freshwater and saltwater for small fish, crustaceans, worms, snails, snakes, and insects.
- In the late 1800s, the snowy’s plumes fetched $32 per ounce, more than the price for an ounce of gold at that time.