Tuesday, March 24, 2009

Glossy Ibis...

This is a Glossy Ibis you can learn more about this bird by following this link http://www.birds.cornell.edu/AllAboutBirds/BirdGuide/Glossy_Ibis.html. I don't know if you have been following my links to the birds or not but if you are interested in birds it is a great site, try it. Like most of the other birds this was taken last month on Black Point Drive, Merritt Island, Florida.

6 comments:

Woody said...

Cool photo. I like it...

nessabates said...

Love the white markings around his eye.

Chuck said...

Reminds me of a sandwich I like at Isaac's

Ivar Ivrig said...

Very nice. He looks proud :-)

Leedra said...

It looks so similiar to the Limpkin. I checked the site for both. I still think the one I photographed in Feb is a Limpkin, but you gave me another one to check before I post it.

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Atanasio Fernández García said...

Hello Bradley!, I Confratulations for your blog, images and content are very interesting!In Spain is also a breeding bird, with significant populations in the Doñana National Park and a couple of places on the Mediterranean coast. In the sixteenth century was known as nesting, but their populations were extinct. In the last decades has been recovered and their distribution is expanding now. In my region, Extremadura (near Portugal), appears in winter, usually in the rice fields. Regards!