Yellow-billed storks foraging together

Yellow-billed storks foraging together

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Credit: TONY CAMACHO/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: The image shows Yellow-billed storks (Mycteria ibis) feeding together in a shallow pond, which is drying up at the onset of the dry season, at Mana Pools in Zimbabwe. These wading birds often forage socially and use the tactic of herding their prey species into shallow water. They are alternatively called the wood stork or wood ibis.

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Keywords: africa, african, animal, avian, behaviour, bird, co-operation, flock, foraging, herding, mana pools, mycteria ibis, nature, ornithology, shorebirds, social feeding, teamwork, wader, waterbird, wildlife, wood ibis, wood stork, yellow-billed stork, zimbabwe, zoology

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