Ibis Video Transcript

The same goes for Glossy Ibis, although its all-dark plumage is similar to that of many waterfowl. The long, curved bill and long legs are typical of all the other Ibis species and are very obvious in flight.

When they're further away, it does get harder to tell what they are. But notice the lack of any wing pattern or markings. These Straw-necked Ibis are much larger birds with black and white plumage. Like the Glossy Ibis, they have curved bills and slow wing beats.

They should be easy to distinguish from all game species. The White Ibis is also unlike any game species. And so is the Royal Spoonbill. Yellow-billed Spoonbills should also be easy to identify.