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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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Based on our results, a dose of 20 mg/kg IM in the cattle egret will result in blood ceftiofur equivalent levels above 1 [micro]g/mL for a minimum of 72 hours.
That's exactly what the Saltholme cattle egret was doing, taking advantage of the movement of the dozens of cows which are based on the reserve.
Cattle egret appears to be most adaptive of all, possibly due to its versatile feeding behavior and non-specificity of the nesting environment.
For the very first time, little egrets, birds usually associated with Mediterranean climes, have nested in our patch.
Reproductive performance: The overall mean clutch size of Little Egret (all sites) was 4.
The hunter (or woodsman, or, indeed, "man of the woods") with his shotgun in Snowy Heron or White Egret, therefore, might well be him: after all, Audubon has been often immortalized by others as a hunter clutching his rifle.
Cattle Egret nest success models were positively associated with bare ground, open water within 800 m, 1600 m, and 3200 m, and total wetland area within 800 m.
8220;I think one of the essential factors noted in Desire's Anthem is that all women need to nurture themselves and their needs, lest they lose sight of who they are as individuals,” Egret adds.
With the unperturbed white egret as our mediator, we may finally appreciate the complex orderliness and delirious, psychedelic quality of the scene.
He said: "There is a good conservation story behind the great egret as it was brought back from extinction and saved by US Congress in the early twentieth century.
The egret you photographed was tagged on Elder's Marsh East, Jamaica Bay, Queens on July 8, 2013.