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are now spread at least as far north as Teesside, so they may well be around your location.
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Little egrets are a common sight over much of the country now, but cattle egrets are being seen more often as well. The easiest way to tell them apart is to look at the bill. The little egret's bill is black and very long and thin, whereas a cattle egret has a yellow bill, shorter and stouter in shape.
Lat/Lng: 53.37654, -2.11114
OS grid ref: SJ927866
the egret was flying across the playing fields in Torkington park, Stockport, Cheshire. I didn't see it land anywhere and everywhere was snow covered and water frozen. i just wonder how this bird was so far from where it belongs.