CQ is not sure which species this bird belongs to - but on a guessing game, CQ believes it is a member of the heron family. Some are called egrets or bitterns.
Although the herons group resemble birds in some other similar-looking bird families, such as storks, ibises or the spoonbills, they differ as in flying styles - with necks retracted instead of outstretched.
Herons are mostly associated with wetlands and prey on fish, frogs and other aquatic species. You can see many of them along the stretch of Seria and Panaga and scattered on greens in the country.
This long-necked and long-legged beauty with its long yellow beak enjoying its footloose walk on this rain-soaked land.