In 2009, the IUCN lumped Egretta dimorpha with the little egret Egretta garzetta.
The dimorphic egret can sometime be found on rooftops, finding insects in the gutters of houses.
- Cheryl-Samantha Owen (April 10, 2008). "Slow and steady, like the tortoise and the rail". The Telegraph.
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