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The Chinese Egret (Egretta eulophotes) is natural to Asia. It nests in small islands by Russia, China and Korea. Migrates to the Philippines, Sumatra, Borneo and the Malaysian Peninsula. Some make to Alaska. Very likely that its distribution was more extensive before its population was drastically reduced.
The nest is done on trees and bushes. The clutch is three to five light greenish blue eggs. Incubation takes about 24 days and it done by both parents.
It reaches a length of about 68 cm.
The Chinese Egret in Spanish is called “Garceta China”.
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