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White-shouldered Ibis (ត្រយងចង្កំកស) resides in the dry deciduous forest of the Northern Plains of Cambodia with some occurred along the Mekong River. Mostly seen as single or small parties whilst foraging. In the breeding season, large numbers congregate for feeding and roosting. The largest flock seen was 185 birds. Each Giant Ibis nest is protected by WCS's Nest Protection Program.
Scientific Name: Pseudibis davisoni
IUCN Red List Classification: Critically Endangered
Estimated number: 670 (Number of Mature Individuals - Global)
All year round is the recommended time of the year to see this bird
It is recommended that you will need to allow 1-3 days to see this bird