A flock of 10 or 12 White Ibis were feeding at the edge of a pond that is tangled with fallen brush and vegetation.
They crisscrossed a small open area of water, poking under all sorts of debris.
They move in random patterns when they are eating, two together quickly separate on their own food pursuit.
A pause to scratch.
The darker Ibis on the left is a juvenile, they slowly turn white over their first year.
Magnolia Plantation and Gardens, Charleston, SC
December 16, 2022
2 thoughts on “White Ibis Feeding”
I love how they hang out together!
Yes, fun to watch them ebb and flow as a group!