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White Ibis
Eudocimus albus
The White Ibis (Eudocimus albus) is a resident of marshes, swamps, lakes and wetlands in the Americas from Baja to the eastern United States and south into South America. The breeding-plumaged bird shown here was at Fort Myers, Lee Co., Florida, in April, 1996, and was photographed with a Canon T-90 and FD 400mm F/4.5 lens on Kodachrome 64. The immature bird walking on the tree limb was photographed at Brazos Bend State Park, Fort Bend Co., Texas, in March, 1996, with a Canon T-90 and Sigma 500mm F/4.5 lens on Fuji Sensia. The next two shots, of immature birds, were photographed in Kenedy Co., Texas, in spring, 2000, with a Canon EOS 3 and EF 600mm F/4 L lens on Fuji Velvia.
The two shots at right, of an immature White Ibis, were taken at Aransas N.W.R., Aransas Co., Texas, in November, 2006, with a Canon EOS 1D Mark II and EF 500mm F/4 L IS lens and 1.4 X extender.
The group of resting White Ibises below was at Galveston, Galveston Co., Texas, in February, 2007. This shot was taken with the same gear as the shots immediately above.
The adult White Ibis in the next 2 shots was at Bolivar Flats, Galveston Co., Texas, in November, 2009.
White Ibis
Eudocimus albus
with shrimp as prey
Ding Darling N.W.R.,
Lee Co., Florida
22 January 2013
White Ibis
Eudocimus albus
with shrimp as prey
Ding Darling N.W.R.,
Lee Co., Florida
22 January 2013

White Ibis
Eudocimus albus
with
Tricolored Heron
Egretta tricolor
Ding Darling N.W.R.,
Lee Co., Florida
22 January 2013