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White-shouldered Ibis
- Residents 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. To find out more and donate today, please visit [add URL
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

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