Green Ibis

A pair of Green Ibis (Mesembrinibis cayennensis) perched above a swamp in Mackenzie, Linden. (Photograph by Kester Clarke / www.kesterclarke.net)

The Green Ibis may appear black in poor light, but they have glossy green bodies and pale green legs and bill. They are often seen singularly or in pairs and they feed on fish, frogs and other aquatic animals.

A pair of Green Ibis (Mesembrinibis cayennensis) perched above a swamp in Mackenzie, Linden. (Photograph by Kester Clarke / www.kesterclarke.net)
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