White-Faced Ibis


White-Faced Ibis

Scientific Name: Plegadis chihi

The White-faced Ibis, Plegadis chihi, is a striking wading bird species that frequents the wetlands and marshes of Huntington Beach, California. These medium-sized birds have glossy chestnut-brown plumage, long curved bills, and bright red eyes. White-faced Ibises are year-round residents in the region, nesting in colonies and foraging for aquatic invertebrates and small fish in shallow waters. Their presence is particularly notable during the breeding season in spring and summer when they engage in elaborate courtship displays.

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