The Indian Pond Heron, also known as the Paddybird (Ardeola Grayii), can be found in southern Iran as well as the eastern parts of India, Nepal, Burma, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka. These herons are ubiquitous and numerous, although they are easily lost while foraging near tiny bodies of water or living in close proximity to human populations. They do, however, stand out when they flutter their gleaming wings. Swampy marshes are herons feeding habitats. In Nepal, these herons can be spotted from east to west. Skanda Gautam, a Nepal Photo Library reporter, caught the activities of heron in Nagdaha, Lalitpur.