Sunbittern – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Sunbittern, Eurypyga helias is a bittern-like bird of tropical regions of the Americas, and the sole member of the family Eurypygidae (sometimes spelled Eurypigidae) and genus Eurypyga.

CalPhotos: Eurypyga helias; Sunbittern
INFORMATION PROVIDED WITH THE PHOTO: date of photo 2007 this photo depicts an animal that was captive or collected; photo location unknown animal’s place of origin not provided …

CalPhotos: Eurypyga helias; Sunbittern
INFORMATION PROVIDED WITH THE PHOTO: date of photo 1975 location Colombia; notes habitat; CalAcademy slide # T 29034; photo category: Animal – Bird

ITIS Standard Report Page: Eurypyga helias
… American Ornithologists’ Union’s "LIST OF THE 2,037 BIRD SPECIES (WITH … New Jersey, USA : ISBN/ISSN: 0-691-11701-2 : Notes: Reference for: Eurypyga helias, Sunbittern

Eurypyga helias – Sunbittern
Eurypyga helias … Family EURYPYGIDAE (Sunbittern) – HBW3, p. 226 … A bird displaying. London Zoo, London, United Kingdom.

Eurypyga helias
Other Neoaves ‘Land Birds’ Charadriiformes Gruiformes … Eurypygidae. Eurypyga helias. Sunbittern. Version 31 August 2007 (temporary). http …

Sunbittern (Eurypyga helias) – BirdLife species factsheet
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Sunbittern (Eurypyga helias)
Sunbittern (Eurypyga helias) – some photos and notes … Eurypyga helias) Brazil. The Sunbittern is unmistakable and so unique that it is placed in its own family.

Discover Life – Eurypygidae: Eurypyga helias (Pallas, 1781 …
… history, ecology, identification and distribution of Eurypygidae: Eurypyga helias (Pallas, 1781) – Sunbittern … IDnature guides: Bird_species, Birds_San_Luis

Sunbittern (Eurypyga helias) | the Internet Bird Collection
Sunbittern (Eurypygidae) Sunbittern (Eurypyga helias) French: Caurale soleil German: Sonnenralle Spanish: Tigana Taxonomy: Ardea helias Pallas, 1781 …

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