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Western Cattle Egret

Bubulcus ibis  Veereier   Kuhreiher

Heron overview

 Cattle Egret

© Ingo Waschkies

Western Cattle Egret (very rare pink form)
Western Cattle Egret (very rare pink form)
© Brian Culver

All coy in full breeding plumage

All coy in full breeding plumage

Cattle Egret breeding

Last few sticks in place

Cattle Egret breeding

Cattle Egret breeding

Western Cattle Egret
© Bob Hobbes

Cattle Egret

Cattle Egret

Cattle Egret
© Ed Raubenheimer

Western Cattle Egret

Western Cattle Egret
Rietvlei Nature Reserve, Gauteng © Derek Keats

Cattle Egret enjoying a bath

Cattle Egret enjoying a bath
© Chris Krog

Cattle Egret

© John Murray

Cattle Egret with scorpion
Cattle Egret with scorpion

 Veereier

Bubulcus ibis

Kuhreiher

© Awie Badenhorst

Kuhreiher

© Rosemarie Breuer


This is a bird transitional between breeding and non-breeding plumage. In breeding plumage, Cattle Egrets have reddish-orange legs and in the non-breeding season the legs are deep olive-green.
Phil Hockey, FitzPatrick Institute

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