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Australian White Ibis 'congregation'

Threskiornis moluccus


A 'congregation' of approximately 50 Ibis (or is it Ibises?) feeding on some of the aquatic vegetation common to the wetlands area. Groups of birds can also be called a 'stand' and also a 'wedge'. Information on the species itself can be found at one of my previous spottings, also in Brisbane - Another spotting in the same wetlands area, of Magpie Geese. They co-exist quite happily with the ibis -


These birds were spotted at the Metroplex wetlands in Murarrie, Brisbane QLD. These photos show only a small fraction of the larger wetlands area.

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Neil Ross
Neil Ross 9 years ago

Haha. Nice one :-)

Mark Ridgway
Mark Ridgway 9 years ago

Ibii :)

Neil Ross
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Neil Ross

Queensland, Australia

Spotted on Jun 6, 2014
Submitted on Jun 6, 2014

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