This male snowy egret has started a nest and was trying to attract a female when 2 cattle egrets started building their nest nearby. The snowy egret is trying to run the cattle egrets away with glorious display.
Males establish nesting territories and choose nest sites within the thick vegetation of a breeding colony. The nest is usually in the top or outer branches of a woody vine, shrub, or tree. The male starts working on a nest before finding a mate. Then the female takes over and ends up doing most of the nest building, with materials supplied by the male. The nest is a shallow oval of loosely woven twigs and small sticks.
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