Ibis


The White-Faced Ibis was photographed at the Horicon Marsh in Wisconsin.

The White-Faced Ibis was photographed at the Horicon Marsh in Wisconsin.

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The White-Faced Ibis is a long legged deep purplish color with a long decurved bill, and a white border at the base of the bill. It has a range of the western United States to Argentina. It has a habitat of marshes, irrigated land, and swamps. It has a diet of small crustaceans, small fish, earthworms, and insects.

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The Scarlet Ibis is accidental to the Gulf States and has a range in north South America

The Scarlet Ibis is accidental to the Gulf States and has a range in north South America

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The Scarlet Ibis is bright scarlet all over with black wing tips and a decurved bill. It has a range of north South America and is accidental in the Gulf States. It has a habitat in salt, brackish, and fresh marshes, rice fields, and mangroves. Their food is small crustaceans, small fish, and insects.