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April 17, 2012

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Francisca

Ah, I learn immature does refer to young. :-)

Pam

Great captures, Sallie.

Kathiesbirds

Very cool yard birds!

Gattina

Commun ? I never saw such an elegant bird except maybe in a zoo, lol !

Arti

Beautiful birds, Sallie! I especially love the last shot!

Carol (artmusedog)

Awesome photos ~ very professional ~ and great post ~ most informative ~ thanks, namaste, ^_^

Nick

Wonderful photos of these graceful water birds, Sallie!

springman

We have really stirred the pot and introduced species to places they don't naturally belong. Your ibises are beautifully adapted to the wetlands of Florida and look fantastic in your beautiful photos!

Pat

Great captures! They're pretty exotic to me.

Annie

An exotic creature to me too. I just saw ibises at the zoo : they were gorgeous with their red feathers.

Ebie

These are great photos of the ibises! City girl does not see much of these in the wetlands 5 miles away from me!

Oh, but we have one coming up I forgot about it, this weekend. We will be exploring the LA River, and will be my first!

fjällripan

Beautiful bird and interesting to see!!

NatureStop

Nice captures!!!Have a great Wednesday!!!

Shantana

Lady Fi

What lovely birds!

Colin Huggins

Hi Sallie
First seems that your e-mail is back on track, I sent one on the Australian Ibis and it hasn't bounced back.
Yep, they, your Florida Ibis, look great in the wetlands, where they are meant to be and obviously where they can be completely natural. Until, the invasion of them here and the Ibis had good reason, so this is for your viewers to look at if they are curious.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Australian_White_Ibis
A very interesting blog on your wetlands, well done.
Cheers
Colin (Brisbane.Australia)

Sandy Carlson (USA)

A spectacular creature!

Sondra

OH how fun to watch these guys work for their supper!!

nature rambles

Beautifully captured!

Mick

Great photos. It looks like a really interesting place and of course a great place for birds.

Carver

You do have a great area for watching so many birds. I love seeing them on your blog.

NatureFootstep Birds

great shots of the young birds Sallie.

eileen

Sallie, great sighting of the Ibises. They are cool looking birds.

CameraCruise

Great shots of the beautiful birds.
I've never seen them either.
Have a wonderful day, Sallie.
Mette

EG Wow

This is a bird I have never seen except in photos.

Andrew

Lovely images Sallie.. their beautiful birds to see.
I wouldn't have had a clue they were juveniles..
I keep promising myself a Birds of the Planet book if such a title exists..
I hope all's well
Drew xx

Gaelyn

A very interesting looking bird.

TexWisGirl

i like their mottled appearance. very cool!

Crafty Gardener

fascinating birds

Carletta

These seem to be meandering along minding their own business as they search for that next morsel. It's hard to imagine them being a pest but I've heard they are. :)
Wonderful shots Sallie!

Boom & Gary

Nice captures Sallie!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

Rambling Woods

really a pest...that is a shame

heyBJK

Wow, cool shots! Nicely done!

Frank

Hi Sallie. It's been many, many years since I first saw these during a trip to Florida ... so thanks for bringing back happy memories.

HansHB

Great photos and a perfect post!
Happy WBW to you!

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