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2017-03-02 El Malecón, Quintana Roo (Roo), Mexico
Adults. White-faced Ibis is normally replaced by Glossy Ibis in this part of Mexico, why there should be no problem deciding which species it is. Here the characteristic black eye and grayish cere is seen well - White-faced has a red eye and shows more reddish cere, especially during the breeding season. Scarce.