Hadada Ibis flying over the Nile River
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Hadada Ibis Bostrychia hagedash The bird’s name is derived from its rauccous call of “ha-ha-a-a-a-a”, usually uttered on the wing. Hadadas typically call around dusk or sunrise, when they are returning to the roost or leaving it. One bird starts calling, followed immediately by others. In large roosts, several groups may call simultaneously.|
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Amazing scene. Simply wonderful sunset with lovely colour tones. All is wonderful and the sky looks like a piece of artwork. Terrific mood, mysterious silhoutted trees and other unknown objects in the far distance. Beautiful sky with vibrant, but soft colours. The birds in the sky works wonders. The scene is very pleasing to the eye. Thanks for sharing.