Here are some more from my neighborhood.
Juvenile roseate spoonbills can be identified by their light pink colors and the fuzz that goes up their necks and heads all the way to their eyes.
A female anhinga flew past. Females have brown necks, males are black.
Green herons can lift their lift their crests for a punk look or lower it for a sleek profile.
A white egret lifts its flaps to come in for a landing.