Cattle Egrets & mice

Subject: Cattle Egrets & mice
Date: Wed, 4 May 2005 09:25:43 +1000

Wondering why this didn't come through yeasterday - only sent to Peter in error
Cattle Egrets will eat anything that moves and is small enough to swallow.  I spent 10 years playing in egret vomit and watching them eat all sorts of things.  Mice disturbed my ploughing tractors were often seen devoured.  Other more unusual items included ducklings and snakes.


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Department of Environment & Conservation
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Dubbo  NSW  2830
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