Northern bald ibis

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The Northern bald ibis – Geronticus eremita or Waldrapp is a migratory long legged species of Type – wadingbird, Family Threskiornithidae and Order Pelecaniformes. It used to be common and widespread around the Mediterranean Basin but has now seriously declined. There remain a few areas of assisted populations in Morocco, Spain, Italy, Austria and Syria.

Type - wadingbird - colonial breeder, mountain villages,
Summer Habitat - Rocky cliffs, marine and inland, urban roofs in mountain villages, 
Winter Habitat - Syrian birds winter in the mountains of Ethiopia, Moroccan birds disperse along the coast, 

Order:	Pelecaniformes
Family:	Threskiornithidae
Genus:	Geronticus

Species -	Geronticus eremita
Northern bald ibis - Species - ebird.org
Northern bald ibis - Species sheet - wikipedia.org
Northern bald ibis - Species - e360.yale.edu
Northern bald ibis - Species - birdlife.org
Northern bald ibis - Sounds & Maps - xeno-canto.org

Additional Material...
Northern bald ibis - Images - google.com
Northern bald ibis - Video - youtube.com
Northern bald ibis - Datazone - birdlife.org

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