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egret

wading birds of the order Ciconiiformes and particularly of the genus Egretta with long legs and bills; highly prized for ornamental plumage. The cattle egret is a separate species, Ardeola bis.
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In 1994, nine Cattle Egret eggs from separate nests were collected for organochlorine analyses.
For more information on great egrets or black-crowned night-herons, please visit the Game Commission's website (www.
Effects of mercury on health and first-year survival of free-ranging great egrets (Ardea albus) from southern Florida.
To spend a day and a night as an egret is to be one with the cosmos, and to savor eternity.
Our photos of the cattle egret were captured by Derry nature enthusiast Christine Cassidy.
2004, "Study on breeding performance of Cattle Egret, Bubulcus ibis in Kota division of Rajasthan", International Conference on Bird and Environment, Haridwar, India.
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The American Jungle and The Last Egret are illustrated by James Balkovek and are published in paperback by Middle River Press for $19.
The little egret, which looks like a small, white heron, arrived on the south-east coast from the Shetland Islands just 15 years ago.
The egret is more patient than any watcher And lances its incision
She becomes attached to a lazy cattle egret named Esteban, who helps her understand how birds like cattle egrets can help cows who suffer from insects and their stings and bites.