White-faced Ibis - Plegadis chihi
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White-faced Ibis are found in western and central U.S., Mexico and southeast South America. They breed in marshes in bushes and low trees. Sexes are similar and they are chestnut-brown with a long de-curved bill and red eyes and legs. During breeding, they have a white band around their bare face. They eat insects, earthworms, fish, crayfish, and small mammals.