White ibis on beach, video

This video from the USA says about itself:

White Ibis foraging on beach

22 July 2015

The White Ibis is an unmistakable wading bird with a bright white body, and a long, downward-curving pink bill to match its long pink legs. This species gathers in large flocks, often alongside herons and egrets, in wetland and coastal habitats of the southeastern U.S.

While foraging on the beach, this white ibis passes resting cormorants.

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