American White Ibises on their jogging tour on St. Pete Beach Florida
The American white ibis is most common in Florida, where over 30,000 have been counted in a single breeding colony. It also occurs throughout the Caribbean, on both coasts of Mexico (from Baja California southwards) and Central America, and as far south as Columbia and Venezuela. The non-breeding range extends further inland, reaching north to Virginia, and west to eastern Texas.
The species is known to wander, and has been sighted, sometimes in small flocks, in states far out of its usual range.
February 14th, 2015
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