Glossy ibis feeding, video


This video from the USA says about itself:

Glossy Ibis foraging in wet field

22 July 2015

Ibis are long-legged birds with long, down-curved bills that they use for probing into the mud and soil of wetlands and flooded fields. Glossy Ibis tend to look dark brown or black at a distance, like this one, although in the breeding season they can also be a rich iridescent purple in certain light.

Glossy ibis nesting in Algeria: here.

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