White-faced Ibis Plegadis chihi

White-faced Ibis
White-faced Ibis
White-faced Ibis
The White-faced Ibis is native to the USA and Mexico and to southern Brazil through to central Argentina. Northern breeding birds migrate to southern USA/Mexico in winter.
White-faced Ibis
White-faced Ibis
White-faced Ibis
The White-faced Ibis looks a lot like the Glossy Ibis, but has red (not dark brown) eyes and a warmer red and iridescent plumage. Breeding adults have a white border to the face plumage and red legs. (The similar Puna (Glossy) Ibis also has red eyes but no white face borders.)
White-faced Ibis non-breeding
White-faced Ibis non-breeding
White-faced Ibis non-breeding
Non-breeding adults and juveniles do not have the white face feathers and have dark legs.