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Members of the Family Threskiornithidae and the Order Ciconiiformes, Ibises are related to Herons, Bitterns, Egrets, and Storks.

This category explores classification, range, habitat, social behavior, nesting colonies, diet, feeding habits, appearance, size, plumage, threats, status, and conservation.
  • ADW: White Ibis (Eudocimus albus)

    Describes locations, biomes, classification, reproduction, behavior, diet, economic importance, and listing status.

  • Animal Bytes: Ibis

    From San Diego Zoo, contains description, range, habitat, images, video, classification, status, fun facts, diet, flocks, breeding, plumage, and threats.

  • Animal Diversity: White-faced Ibis (Plegadis chihi)

    Reports distinct ranges, types of habitat, plumage and size, mating systems, home ranges, seasonal food habits, known predators, and economic importance.

  • Australia Zoo: Glossy Ibis (Plegadis falcinellus)

    Information combines threat level, photograph, diaries, size, coloring, flight, habitat, food and feeding behavior, nesting colonies, and breeding season.

  • Scarlet Ibis (Eudocimus ruber)

    Illustrated article gives geographic range, key biomes, photographs, nesting colonies, parenting, longevity, social behavior, primary diet, known predators, and ecosystem roles.

  • Southern Bald Ibis (Geronticus calvus)

    Covers meaning of name, photographs, video, CITES and IUCN listings, appearance, sounds, locations, nesting grounds, diet, breeding, threats, and conservation measures.

  • WhoZoo: Scarlet Ibis

    Gives names, range habitat, description, adaptations, observations, and related links.

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