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Scarlet Ibis

Eudocimus ruber

Communal birds, they stick close together for protection and even build their nests close to one another. Juveniles are a dull gray-brown until they mature into their signature plumage. Like flamingos, their coloration comes from their food.

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CONSERVATION STATUS

Least Concern

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