Ibis in the world

Ibises all have long, down-curved bills, and usually feed as a group, probing mud for food items, usually crustaceans. The Ibis is a very territorial birds while nesting and feeding. These birds are also flightless related to the kiwi. They reside in mostly densely populated areas, close to the beach

Working in partnership with BirdLife International, the researchers found that the ibis prefer to forage in open and accessible sites with low vegetation and bare soil. This is believed to be because it makes it easier to find prey, aids take-off and landing, and improves detection of approaching danger.

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Created with images by Stevebidmead - "ibis bird wader" • sarangib - "white ibis ibis bird"

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