Ibis, American White
The Threskiornithidae family of ibis includes the American white ibis as a species of bird. Most of the coastal New World tropics south of Virginia, along the US Gulf Coast, are where it can be found.
A member of the bird family Threskiornithidae is the black-faced ibis. In southern and western South America, it can be found in fields and grasslands. It had formerly been considered a subspecies of the closely related buff-necked ibis, but today all significant experts recognise the separation.
The glossy ibis is a water bird that belongs to the ibis and spoonbill family Threskiornithidae and the order Pelecaniformes. The scientific name, which refers to the peculiar shape of the bill, is derived from the Ancient Greek plegados and the Latin falcis, both of which imply “sickle.”
A species of bird belonging to the Threskiornithidae family is the Puna ibis. It can be found in Peru, Chile, Bolivia, Chile, and Argentina. Swamps, marshes, and lakes are its native habitats, and the majority of its range—including the Puna—is in the Andean highlands. However, sporadically, it can be found as low as sea level.
A species of ibis, a wading bird of the family Threskiornithidae, is the African sacred ibis. It is indigenous to the Middle East and Africa. Despite being extinct in Egypt, the species is particularly well-known for its part in Ancient Egyptian religion, where it was connected to the god Thoth.
A species of hummingbird belonging to the “brilliants,” or tribe Heliantheini and subfamily Lesbiinae, is the bronzy inca. It can be found in Venezuela, Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, and Peru.
A species of hummingbird known as the collared inca may be found in the wet Andean woodlands from western Venezuela through Colombia and Ecuador to Peru and Bolivia. With a white chest patch and tail, it stands out and is one of a kind.
The Ibisbill belongs to the order Charadriiformes which includes Plovers, Terns, Gulls and Sandpipers. The Ibisbill is a wading shorebird that breeds across southern Central Asia from Kazakhstan to North West China and south to North West India.