This may be a contradiction, but it’s common in birds. There are many species that should stick right out in the wild. Yet for some reason they don’t, when you glance their way chances are they not seen.
This Yellow-crowned Night Heron is one of them. The shot above was taken mid day. They prefer to live in swamps with the odd lighting.
Once you spot one it’s obvious what they are, but the first find is what counts.