12 thoughts on “First British great egret nest

  1. Why would you think this is a result of climate change? These birds are expanding their range in all directions and it is surely the availability of suitable habitat that has enabled them to nest.

    • Hi, I am not Wildlife Extra, I am just a blogger who quoted them 🙂

      An argument for climate change as a cause in this case may be that traditionally, great egrets live in comparatively warm countries.

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