Egretta caerulea


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Noun1.Egretta caerulea - small bluish-grey heron of the western hemisphereEgretta caerulea - small bluish-grey heron of the western hemisphere
heron - grey or white wading bird with long neck and long legs and (usually) long bill
Egretta, genus Egretta - small Old and New World herons
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Egretta caerulea "garza azul", una pequena garza comun en los pantanos.
Se encontraron, durante toda la investigacion, 17 especies migratorias: Cantharus minimus, Setophaga fusca, Setophaga striata, Setophaga petechia, Geothlypis philadelphia, Coccyzus americanus, Egretta caerulea, Egretta thula, Ardea alba, Tringa solitaria, Hirundo rustica, Tyrannus savana, Dendrocygna autumnalis, Piranga rubra, Vireo olivaceus, Tyranus melancolicus y Cantopus cooperi, representando el 16,6% de las especies registradas en nuestro estudio.
For herons in general, prey capture success varies widely and ranged, for example, from 13% in Great Egrets (Ardea alba) to 61% in Little Blue Herons (Egretta caerulea) in Florida (Rodgers 1983); and from 24% in Great Egrets to 88% in Pied Herons (Ardea picata) in Australia (Recher and others 1983).
Quepo especies Bubulcus ibis 'garza blanca', Egretta thula 'garceta nivosa', Casmerodius albus 'garza real' y ejemplares inmaduros de Egretta caerulea 'garceta azul' (familia Ardeidae).
Asimismo, al incluir informacion de otros avistamientos hasta el ano 2005 se observaron 13 especies raras o poco frecuentes en el campus tales como Egretta caerulea, que fue vista una sola vez.
Al extenso listado de aves, se adicionan: Egretta caerulea (Ardeidae), Chondrohierax uncinatus, Parabuteo unicinctus (Accipiridae), Gallinula chloropus (Rallidae), Pluvialis dominica, P.
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).
At the same time, Maine islands are the northernmost breeding sites for laughing gulls (Larus atricilla), snowy egrets (Egretta thula), little blue herons (Egretta caerulea) and tricolored herons (Egretta tricolor).