Hadada Ibis

Bostrychia hagedash

Size: 76 cm long
Habitat: Grasslands and wetlands
Feeding: Earthworms, larger insects and small reptiles

The Hadada Ibis has brown feathers with irridescent green on the wings. It has the typical long, curved beak of the Ibis but the Hadada has red on top of the beak.

These photos were taken in the Selous National Park, Tanzania.










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