It is hard to discern what kind of vision these birds possess to catch fish in the tips of their beaks, but they are very proficient fisherman. With a single stab into the shallow water, this black ibis secures a meal that will last but a few moments before it is sent deep into the throat of the ibis. Moments later, it is fishing once again. Success insured.
Nikon D610, 1/180 second at f/22, ISO 800, 190mm (28-300mm) - 7766
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