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Red-naped Ibis


Common names: Red-naped Ibis, Indian Black Ibis, Black Ibis
Binomial name: Pseudibis papillosa 

54 comments:

  1. Amazing image. Those colors are fantastic.

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  2. Never seen pictures of this bird before. It is so different in colour from any ibis I've ever seen. Quite incredible.

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  3. I've never seen this Ibis before. It's simply beautiful.

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  4. what a gorgeous bird… such colorful plumage!

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  5. I think it's my first time to see this kind. Very interesting bird.
    http://www.womenandperspectives.com/2013/11/one-friday-morning.html

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  6. Beautiful bird photo!
    Greetings, RW & SK

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  7. How beautiful ;-)

    Have a beaktastic week ;-)

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  8. Beautiful! I've never seen an ibis that colorful - all of ours around here are white

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  9. Stunning bird, fantastic clarity in your photo.

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  10. A great picture of a beautiful bird!

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  11. Stunning photo! Thanks for linking up! x

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  12. Wow! I've never seen this species of bird before. Beautiful!

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  13. That sure is a lovely shot. I know for a fact that it's not easy to take pictures of live animals.
    Have a great rest of the week and thank you for linking to our Hop.

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  14. Lovely picture. He seems to enjoy having his picture taken.

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  15. Wow! You captured the bird so beautifully. I just liked you on FB. Tina from Amanda's Books and More and 1camera1mom.

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  16. Wow the colours really pop.

    Thanks for linking up!

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  17. How beautiful and the colours are outstanding!

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  18. Impressive bird and a beautiful photo.

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  19. beautiful ibis. i have the simple white variety in my yard all of the time. this one is a little fancier.

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  20. What an awesome bird, beautifully photographed! Are you aware of Stewart's Wild Bird Wednesday linkup? This would perfect for it! http://paying-ready-attention-gallery.blogspot.ca/2013/11/wild-bird-wednesday-house-sparrow.html

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    1. Thanks Karen, I wasn't aware. I have linked up to Stewart's Wild Bird now.

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  21. You sure are a talented photographer to achieve a photograph of a Ibis that close.
    JM Illinois
    U.S.A.

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  22. Blimey is this a must see bird or what. Stands alongside the Scarlet Ibis for pure wow factor. Thanks for putting this on my must see list

    Stunning

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  23. HI wow! A stunning bird. I have never sen this one.

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  24. Such a lovely shot! :)

    Happy Wordless Wednesday! My entry is here .

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  25. Never seen one of those before, great photo

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  26. Beautiful picture you show of a beautiful bird :)

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  27. Excellent shot of this beautiful bird.

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  28. Having trouble leaving a comment.. I won't use your photo in the collage as it is protected..wonderful photo..Michelle

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  29. What an amazingly colored bird! Thank you for coming by to share on Rurality Blog Hop #39!

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  30. What an exquisite creature. I have a lovely bird up this week you might like: http://www.lovethatimage.com/blog/2013/11/pretty-yellow-parrot/

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  31. Beautiful bird and creative photography ~ thanks, carol

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  32. I've never seen one of those before! Is that the same kind of bird as the Scarlett Ibis from the story?

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    1. This is a peculiar kind from the Ibis species but this bird was not the one mentioned in the story. Scarlet Ibis, entirely red in color is found in South America, while the Red naped Ibis is found in the Indian Subcontinent. The Scarlet Ibis is a really sad story. I didn't particularly like it because I am a sucker for happy endings.

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  33. Such a beauty!!! No matter how many names it goes by, this is a stunning bird!!

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  34. a very nice colorful bird ! I think I have seen some in Trinidad and Tobago !

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  35. I love beautifully colored birds. I don't see them often. When I visited Iguazu Falls on the Brazilian - Argentinian border a hundred years ago, it was so exciting to see toucans and macaws flitting in the trees - gorgeous colors!

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  36. Well done! You captured a beautiful color bird! Liked it :)

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  37. Beautiful bird and a wonderful capture !

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