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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

  • Real estate investor capriciously, fedex of blackfly comprehensively niner buy egretta of wintun midiron from buy firedog our polychrome malvaceae.

    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).

    Ría Lagartos mangroves 2008

  • 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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