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July 24, 2015

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Mormor

Thank you for Ibises :)
Have a nice evening

Pat

Beautiful birds. I love that long curved beak.

Mary Howell Cromer

They certainly are fun birds to observe and I got to see some last late Winter when I visited FL~

Marie-AZ

How exciting to get to see these wonderful birds, and often! Great shots!

Pat Ulrich

I always enjoy watching the white ibises strutting around when I visit Florida!

Chris Rohrer

This is great. You got the RV and nice visiting White Ibis. What else could you want?! Birding made super easy:)

Roan

The only time I've seen an Ibis is at the zoo. Lucky you!

NatureFootstep

yes it is hard to understand really the large difference in colors between adult and young :)

diane

That is interesting, I wouldn't have thought it was of the same kind. We have an epidemic of ibis in our cities and parks.

Barb

You "meet" the best birds in FL, Sallie.

artmusedog and carol

Great macro shots of the 'feathered friends' ! Delightful post and thanks for coming by ~

Happy Week to you,
artmusedog and carol

Al

What pretty birds. I think Oregon and Colorado must have swapped climates for the last couple of months, as May was the wettest month ever recorded in my city, over 9 inches of rain!

Dianne

Interesting. Do you think the Black bird knows he's black. I bet his mother loved him anyway. don't think I've ever seen a black Ibis.

Penelope Puddlisms

Thank you so much for mentioning your great-grandson reading WMU. It made my day! I also responded to your comment about the tours in my post about Juneau.

These common ibis birds in Florida would be highly uncommon to see in my neck-of-the-woods. Their bent beaks are magnificent and remind me a bit of a sickle. Probably come in real handy for catching fish!

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®©

Looks like a very happy ibis family!
~

Halcyon

Nice family portrait. :)

Stewart M

Nice ibis - I was taking some shots of one of our species last weekend - they may pop up on WBW soon.

Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

Aimee

I love your ibis--their long, curved beaks are very neat:)
Blessings, Aimee

Annie

Just like the swans but very much darker ! A good way to recognize your child in a crowd !

Ramblingwoods

Funny to think of them in an RV park....

Chandra

Very cool birds for the Critters Meme, Sally!
It is such a joy to see these guys!
Nice photography!
Have a Great Weekend!
Peace :)

Mick

Great comparison photos of the adults and juvenile. Our Australian white Ibis does not have this color difference - but they are "trash birds" - unfortunately.

Hildred Finch

Lovely elegant birds Sallie - interesting about the change in colour, but then that is quite common in nature I guess - ermine, weasel, etc. etc.

orchid

Dearest Sallie; When I started reading, I wondered what you mean "by themselves", haha, my poor reading :-) How Fascinating to have the knowledge♪ I learned the word 'plumage' through blogging; it is so interesting to see the change of it so drastically☆☆☆ In Japan we know them as a Endangered Species. Isn't it GREAT you can see the beautiful wild ones close to you♡♡♡
ps; Your kind comments always encourages me, Dear friend. Have a wonderful weekend and hope not too hot like here where the rainy season seems over:-)
Sending Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan to my Dear friend in America, xoxo Miyako*

Lavender Dreams

The dark ibis is a very neat sighting. We saw a whole flock nearby one time and still believe they were migrating black ibis. Love your photos my friend. It's HOT down here but the afternoon showers have made is nice. Hugs, Diane

Adam

How interesting. Nice to see the juveniles with the parents and different plumages.

Anni @ I'd Rather B Birdin'

To have ibis in your own neighborhood....how awesome is that?!!! Just down the corner, I have ibis...and the street over, you can probably find some herons now and then....lucky you. You're living right.

Thanks for sharing your link this weekend at I'd Rather B Birdin'

Penny

It's fun seen this "kids" up close, Sallie. I would never tire of seeing these, and all the other exotic birds of Florida.

Linda

What fun looking birds! AND BIG!

Linda
http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com

ellen b

Very cool.

Rajesh

Wonderful shots of the birds.

Sondra-SC

You got some great shots of this group! I guess its easy to mistake the immature white with a Glossy Ibis, The pink beak helps figure it out?

Kenneth Cole Schneider

When we first moved to Florida the ibises loved trash days because the raccoons would tip the cans and the ibises then congregated to eat any scraps. I called them the most beautiful "trash birds." (Now we have standard collection barrels with hinged lids and the raccoons can't tip them but every now and then one gets trapped inside, to the horror of the householder!) Thanks so much for your thoughtful and encouraging comments on our granddaughter's blog post!

Eileen

Hello Sallie, The White Ibis are cool birds, I love their eyes and their long bills. Great shots! Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Have a happy weekend!

Margaret Birding For Pleasure

Great shots of the Ibis. Have a lovely weekend.

rainfield

Oh no the ibis knows they cannot keep any secrets from you.

Lady Fi

Wow - how wonderful to see them so close up!

sylviakirk

Ah, cool looking they are indeed, Sallie!! Great shots for the day as always!! Have a great weekend!!

TexWisGirl

i think both juvies and adults are cool looking. :)

DeniseinVA

I loved watching the ibis when we were on vacation in Florida. Your pictures are great. Interesting that the young ones are brown

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