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A red egret (reddish egret), or Ardeola ralloide, was photographed yesterday at the Odds Studio in Merlakkastette, Fretta Blazis reports.

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Red egrets breed in Southern Europe and the Middle East. He was last seen in Iceland in 1969.

Áki Ármann Jónsson, president of the Icelandic Hunting Association, obtained the gray heron photo.

“It’s safe to say that this is the new Icelandic bird for anyone who finds it,” Birding Iceland posted on its Facebook page about the discovery.

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