Friday, June 11, 2010

Juvenile American White Ibis...

Juveniles are largely brown with duller bare parts; they are distinguished from the Glossy and White-faced Ibises by white underparts and rumps. Over all both sexes look alike.

2 comments:

Brad Myers said...

Test, Test, yep this thing works. Just checking.

HANNIBAL said...

Love the blue eye on the White-faced Ibis. Visiting Ding Darling last year was a first for seeing those eyes! What a cool bird!