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An adaptable and highly gregarious bird of marsh and wetland, the White-faced Ibis can be locally common in one year, yet absent the next. Semi-nomadic, they are often quick to find new habitat created by excessive rainfall or temporary flooding. The White-faced is very similar to the Glossy Ibis, but the ranges of the two species overlap only within a small area along the Gulf Coast
A long-legged wading bird, the White-faced Ibis stands about two feet tall and has a long, decurved bill. It is a medium-sized wader, with a three-foot wingspan, weighing 18-20 ounces. From a distance or in low light, the bird appears uniformly dark. Viewed more closely, however, especially during the breeding season, the handsome iridescent bronze, purple, and green plumage is evident, as are the red legs and white-bordered reddish face. This latter, namesake feature is what most easily separates the White-faced Ibis from the very similar Glossy Ibis.
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