Thursday, April 9, 2015
White ibis feeding in a tidal pool, Bunche Beach Preserve
Continuing my tour through the bird species I saw in Florida last month, here's another favorite that I was excited to photograph -- the white ibis. Even though they are fairly common and have relatively plain plumage, their long bill, blue eyes, and bright facial mask really add some photographic flare. This particular ibis is feeding in a tidal pool at the Bunche Beach Preserve in Fort Myers.
View more of my photographs of white ibis and other wading birds.