Bubulcus ibis

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

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Reproduccion de la garza ganadera (Bubulcus ibis) en la cienaga de Birama, Cuba.
On the nesting location of Cattle Egrets Bubulcus ibis in South African heronries.
No presente estudo foi avaliado o papel de diferentes componentes do habitat e sua relacao quanto ao uso do microambiente por tres especies de Ardeidae: garca-moura (Ardea cocoi), garca-branca-grande (Ardea alba) e garca-vaqueira (Bubulcus ibis), em banhados do extremo sul brasileiro.
R., 2004, "Study on breeding performance of Cattle Egret, Bubulcus ibis in Kota division of Rajasthan", International Conference on Bird and Environment, Haridwar, India.
The most abundant species are Zenaida meloda, Columbina cruziana, Crotophaga sulcirostris and Dives warszewiczi, whereas the least abundant ones are Bubulcus ibis, Hirundo rustica, Myrtis fanny y Parabute unicinctus.
Potential role of cattle egrets, Bubulcus ibis" (Ciconiformes: Ardeidae), in the dissemination of Amblyomma variegatum (Acari: Ixodidae) in the eastern Caribbean.
We visit a colony of hundreds of neotropic cormorants (Phalacrocorax brasilianus) who, along with some cattle egrets (Bubulcus ibis), have found a good refuge here from local predators like the South American grey fox (Dusicoyon griseus) and the puma (Felis concolor), both of which are protected by the National Forest Corporation (CONAF) but have been greatly reduced in number by local tanners who see them as a threat to their livestock.
While the majority were cattle egrets (Bubulcus ibis), four other species were nesting there as well: little blue herons (Egretta Caerulea), great egrets (Egretta albus), snowy egrets (Egretta thula) and white ibis (Eudocimus albus).
The Cattle Egret (Bubulcus ibis) was first found in Alabama in the late 1950's.
Another specialist with shorter legs, the cattle egret (Bubulcus ibis), has tended to abandon wetlands in favor of drier pastures and grasslands, where they follow herds of wild or domesticated animals.
-- This study was designed to determine reproductive success, habitat use and foraging trips of Cattle Egrets (Bubulcus ibis) nesting in the small city of Bryan, Texas and to compare residues of persistent organochlorine compounds in eggs of Cattle Egrets from recent years with data collected in the past.