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- noun small Old and New World herons
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Friedmann, Griscom, and Moore (1950: 30) recorded _C.a. egretta_ from the "extreme northern part" of Coahuila.
Birds from Coahuila, Mexico Emil K. Urban
Was it a pelican? or perhaps a white ibis (_Tantalus alba_)? or the white egret heron (_Ardea egretta_)?
The Boy Hunters Mayne Reid 1850
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Rational Review 2009
Approximately 280 species of aquatic birds also depend on the habitat provided by mangroves and their surroundings for feeding purposes including cormorant (Phalacrocorax spp.), wood stork (Mycteria americana), boat-billed heron (Cochlearius cochlearia), white egret (Egretta alba egretta), and snowy egret (Egretta thula).
THE SNOWY EGRET AND AMERICAN EGRET, (_Egretta candidissima and Herodias egretta_).
Our Vanishing Wild Life Its Extermination and Preservation William Temple Hornaday 1895
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