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White Ibis

Eudocimus albus

Description:

White Ibis is all white but the black wing tips that are usually only visible in flight. It is frequently seen on lawns looking for large insects (in pics 2 to 6). You can see one large White Ibis with a yellow crown.

Habitat:

Near fresh water bodies.

Notes:

This is my 700th spotting in Project Noah.

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18 Comments

LuisStevens
LuisStevens a year ago

Gracias Marta

Preciosa serie, Luis!

LuisStevens
LuisStevens a year ago

Thank you Nuwan

NuwanChathuranga
NuwanChathuranga a year ago

fantastic series !

LuisStevens
LuisStevens a year ago

Thank you Elsa for your comments

LuisStevens
LuisStevens a year ago

Thank you extremebirder

Elsa
Elsa a year ago

Stunning series, that first shot is incredible!

extremebirder
extremebirder a year ago

Great pictures!

LuisStevens
LuisStevens a year ago

Thank you Yasser for your kind words

LuisStevens
LuisStevens a year ago

Thank you Louisa and NeilD

Yasser
Yasser a year ago

And huge congrats on number 700! That's a big milestone.

Yasser
Yasser a year ago

Luis, that first shot is just gorgeous! Great series.

Louisa
Louisa a year ago

Congratulations and beautiful BIF photo!

NeilDazet
NeilDazet a year ago

Great Job Luis! This terrific White Ibis spotting marks the milestone nicely!

LuisStevens
LuisStevens a year ago

Thank you Karen for your kind words.

LuisStevens
LuisStevens a year ago

Thank you Rob Bielawski

KarenL
KarenL a year ago

Congratulations Luis! 700 great spottings - a fantastic achievement

RobBielawski
RobBielawski a year ago

Congrats on 700!

Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

Lat: 20.67, Long: -105.26

Spotted on Jul 30, 2012
Submitted on Aug 9, 2012

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