"If I Ignore Them, They'll Go Away."
The Black-headed Heron (Ardea melanocephala) is distinguished from the Grey Heron (another common bird) by its black crown and neck. It is resident throughout Africa. They prefer pastureland, inland and coastal waters. It preys on rodents and large insects.
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