Diurnal, Often fly long distances in a charecteristic V-formation from roosting areas to feeding grounds
Grassland Wetlands, Swamps; streams and lakes which ajoin grasslands; inland waters and fringing forests; floodplains.
September October November December, 2 to 5; dull white, nests in reeds. Both sexes incubate the eggs. Young fly after 20-35 days
Kakadu National Park
Carnivore, Insects; grubs and swamp animals; Small fish; frogs; prawns; crabs; snails; worms; insects and occasionally small snakes also scavenges.
|| Australian White Ibis, Sacred Ibis
|| Threskiornis molucca
|| Least Concern
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