Spring Break 2018: White Ibises Biding the Plenty of Time

Eudocimus albus, the American white ibis;
Monroe county, Florida (14 March 2018).
Series: Spring Break 2018.

The American white ibis, Eudocimus albus, is a fairly abundant and comically awesome species ranging throughout much of the coastal American southeast. Throughout the Florida peninsula, they’re pretty much everywhere — especially near or at freshwater. In the Big Cypress region of south Florida, it’s hard to not see a plethora of White ibis loitering about; in the shallows, in the trees, in the skies above, the ibis are pretty much everywhere. This is fine by me; this is one bird species I actually, truly, and mercilessly adore beyond all rhyme and reason.

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