Cattle Egret Gungahlin

To: Nick Payne <>, Canberra Birds <>
Subject: Cattle Egret Gungahlin
From: David Rees <>
Date: Sat, 19 Oct 2019 04:04:30 +0000


I think it is a Great Egret, looks like one in your photo and one has been in the area for some weeks now.


On 18/10/2019 12:22 pm, Nick Payne wrote:
While cycling through Gungahlin this morning; spotted a Cattle Egret on
a small pond just next to the bikepath near the intersection of Gundaroo
Drive and Horse Park Drive: Image
is cropped from a photo taken with my phone, hence fairly poor quality.

Nick Payne

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