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The blood-red eye of a male Cattle Egret during breeding season looks from behind Willow leaves.

The short, thick-necked Cattle Egret (Bubulcus ibis) spends most of its time in fields rather than streams. It forages at the feet of grazing cattle, head bobbi...
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The short, thick-necked Cattle Egret (Bubulcus ibis) spends most of its time in fields rather than streams. It forages at the feet of grazing cattle, head bobbing with each step, or rides on their backs to pick at ticks. This stocky white heron has yellow plumes on its head and neck during breeding season and a blood-red eye. Originally from Africa, it found its way to North America in 1953 and quickly spread across the continent.
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