Fighting Egrets

With their heads held high and their eyes fixed intently on each other, this is the dramatic moment two birds squared up to each other in a mid-air altercation. The feisty egrets went head-to-head in a turf war as they fought over a feeding ground at a salt marsh in Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, USA. The bolshy birds can be seen mimicking each other as they prepare for battle before one makes a move and grabs the other by the beak.

With their heads held high and their eyes fixed intently on each other, this is the dramatic moment two birds squared up to each other in a mid-air altercation. The feisty egrets went head-to-head in a turf war as they fought over a feeding ground at a salt marsh in Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, USA. The bolshy birds can be seen mimicking each other as they prepare for battle before one makes a move and grabs the other by the beak.

With their heads held high and their eyes fixed intently on each other, this is the dramatic moment two birds squared up to each other in a mid-air altercation. The feisty egrets went head-to-head in a turf war as they fought over a feeding ground at a salt marsh in Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, USA. The bolshy birds can be seen mimicking each other as they prepare for battle before one makes a move and grabs the other by the beak.

With their heads held high and their eyes fixed intently on each other, this is the dramatic moment two birds squared up to each other in a mid-air altercation. The feisty egrets went head-to-head in a turf war as they fought over a feeding ground at a salt marsh in Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, USA. The bolshy birds can be seen mimicking each other as they prepare for battle before one makes a move and grabs the other by the beak.

With their heads held high and their eyes fixed intently on each other, this is the dramatic moment two birds squared up to each other in a mid-air altercation. The feisty egrets went head-to-head in a turf war as they fought over a feeding ground at a salt marsh in Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, USA. The bolshy birds can be seen mimicking each other as they prepare for battle before one makes a move and grabs the other by the beak.