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Egyptian Environmental Affairs Agency: Important Bird Areas of Egypt
At NatureSongs.com you can listen to recordings of Great Egrets, Great Blue Herons, Green Herons, and Black-Crowned Night Herons.  

Listen to Nature: The Language of Birds is “an introduction to how, why and when birds communicate” including audio recordings of various bird songs and sounds.

With eNature.com’s field guides you can listen to the songs of many herons and egrets including Cattle Egrets, Snowy Egrets, Yellow-Crowned Night Herons, and Reddish Egrets.

Great Egrets: National Geographic Video

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National Geographic Fact File: Great Egret

Photo by: Chris huh, commons.wikimedia.org, GFDL

Great White Egret Searching for Fish in Sharm el Sheikh, Egypt

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Western Reef Egret  (Egretta gularis): Sharm el Sheikh, Sinai, Egypt

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Egrets

Arabic Audio Recordings

learn how to pronounce these Egyptian words used in the book

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