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Distribution of cattle egret roosts in Hawaii with notes on the problems egrets pose to airportsAuthor(s): P.W.C. Paton; D.P. Fellows; P.Q. Tomich
Source: Elepaio 46(12):143-147
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
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CitationPaton, P.W.C.; Fellows, D.P.; Tomich, P.Q. 1986. Distribution of cattle egret roosts in Hawaii with notes on the problems egrets pose to airports. Elepaio 46(12):143-147
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