Black Headed Ibis
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- Mumbaikars flock to Sewri for 'last' flamingo festival
- Both the Greater flamingo as well as the Lesser flamingo were present on the mudflats along with other birds such as the Little Egret, Median Egret, Western Reef Heron, Grey Heron, Black-headed Ibis, Brown-headed Gull, Gull-billed Tern, Common ...
- Haripur nuclear plant hope still afloat
- The survey detected 82 species of birds, including the near threatened Black headed Ibis, along a 50 km stretch between the river mounts of Subarnarekha and Rasulpur. In all, 2,108 birds were spotted in the three day survey between February 26 and 28.
- Florida birds warm a February day
- We were hoping to find a purple (now gray-headed) swamphen, an exotic species that has become widespread in southern Florida since the mid-1990s. It is now “countable” on the American Birding Association's list of North American birds.
- Historic birding around Crestone & Saguache County
- White-faced Ibis and Snowy Egret nest at Russell Lakes. Migrating American Bittern ... Tree, Vesper, Chipping, and Song.
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