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small white egret widely distributed in warm regions often found around grazing animals

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A total of 18 cattle egrets (9 male, 9 female) were included in the primary study, including 6 from the pilot study.
Food requirements and growth of cattle egret in South Africa.
If you've been on holiday to Europe or America you've probably seen lots of cattle egrets.
The worldwide success of cattle egrets is credited to high habitat versatility due to capability to associate with anthropogenic habitats and feed on diversity of prey (Subramanya, 1996).
Thirdly, we highlighted the relationship between nests characteristics of Little and Cattle Egrets and their breeding success in three wetlands: 1) the Ichkeul National Park, 2) the Lebna Dam and 3) the Chikli Islet.
Species that occurred in the fewest number of colonies within the study area were Snowy Egrets (N = 4), Black-crowned Night-Herons (N=6), Cattle Egrets (N=7), and Great Egrets (N=ll).
2013: Breeding success of Black crowned Night Heron (Nycticorax nycticorax), Little Egret (Egretta garzetta) and Cattle Egret (Bubulcus ibis) (Aves: Ardeidae) in relation to nest height in the South Caspian Sea.
The Cattle Egrets started the nest building much before they had a mate and both the partners actively participated in nest building.
With three great white egrets - one of which was ringed as a nestling in France's Loire Valley - five cattle egrets, four glossy ibis, single squacco and purple herons.
There were no buffalo in sight, nor could we see the white cattle egrets that would surely have been circling such a large herd of buffalo.
It may have become redistributed with livestock movement (Goddard & Norment 1983) and cattle egrets migration (USDA APHIS 2008).
Among the birds seen were the spot-billed pelican, spotted greenshank, spoonbill sandpiper, black necked stork, white ibis, flamingos, painted stork Night Herons, Pond Herons, Grey Herons, White Ibis, Pintails, Shavellers, Billed Ducks, Garganeys, Common Moorhen, Purple Moorhens, Coots, Little Egrets and Cattle Egrets.
Only seven of these yellow-billed herons have been seen in North Wales, but with cattle egrets now breeding in Somerset we might expect more.
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.