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The sacred ibis is abundant south of the Sahara and in Madagascar. It is also found in some areas throughout parts of Africa. They are long legged and have a long slender bill with black patches of feathers on the wing pads. Their nests are mainly built around shallow water, ponds and marshes. Most ibises are migratory in some regions. They are considered threatened in some parts of their ranges

Scientific Name: Threskiornis aethiopicus

Width: 23 Inches  Height: 48 Inches
Medium: Oil