I have also caught them preparing and eating sea gulls, terns, blue heron, egret and even the bittern.
Baibars wore an egret's plume, symbol of valor, on his green turban.
In countries where rice is cultivated, the egret may generally be seen in the artificial swamps in which that plant is sown.
"That's almost worse than being taken for one's feathers," said egret.
The train-feathers of the egret add, however, to the apparent size of the bird.
At a certain time I shot an egret, and prepared to take the skin.
Pyang with French a made as short as possible is the egret's cry.
The children turned toward the Pelican among the mangrove trees, crowded with nests of egret and heron and rosy hornbill.
You can grow up to be beautiful, and look beautiful, without wearing these egret feathers.
On her head was the royal circlet of egret plumes nodding above the yellow circlet of the Sun.