White Ibis in the Rachel Carson Estuarine Reserve

Lately I’ve been concentrating on wild horse and macro photography. That doesn’t mean I’ve abandoned my love for avian photography. This morning I directed my efforts towards photographing birds while paddling around the Rachel Carson Estuarine Reserve. The bird I saw the most of this morning was, without a doubt, White Ibis. It seemed they were everywhere. Here’s a few photos from this mornings explorations.

White Ibis were seem quite plentiful this spring.

Ibis feed on small snails and other mullosks.

Their long curved bills gives Ibis a very unique appearence.

White Ibis tolerate approach by kayakers quite well.

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