RE: Tagged cattle Egret
Fri, 20 Apr 2001 8:41:18 +1000
I am assuming that the orange is actually pink. When combined with yellow this
is a common mistake. This would make it a Seaham (Hunter Valley) Cattle Egret.
Max Maddock will know the banding details - I've been "out of egrets" for a
couple of years now.
Because of the demise of this project, and my departure, Seaham is the only
colony where Cattle Egrets are now being tagged. This is down from the
thirteen colonies we used to work in from Newcastle to Bundaberg. The only
other egret project in eastern Australia that I'm aware of is that on
Intermediate Egrets in the Macquarie Marshes.
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