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Ardea alba

Great Egret at Wonga Wetlands

Ardea alba at Wonga Wetlands - 20 Feb 2021
Ardea alba at Wonga Wetlands - 20 Feb 2021
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Identification history

Ardea alba 21 Feb 2021 ChrisAllen
Ardea alba 20 Feb 2021 Kyliegw

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Author's notes

The egrets were taking advantage of the Little Black Cormorants; flying low over the fishing party waiting to snaffle a stray morsel lost in the whitewash. At least four birds followed them the length of the pond.

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  • Not Sensitive
  • Very Rare / Threatened
  • Non-Invasive

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  • 7 Abundance
  • 20 Feb 2021 09:52 AM Recorded on
  • Kyliegw Recorded by

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