At one point while I focused on a pair of African Jacana feeding between the lilies in a pond near the road, I also photographed a small flock of African Sacred Ibis.
This very common bird found in most of Sub-Saharan Africa, is a large white ibis with a heavy decurved, black bill. The adult's neck and face are naked, wrinkled and black. The breeding adults also have yellow flank feathers. (The front bird in the photo below seems to be a breeding adult)
African Sacred Ibis
While sorting out my archives last night, I came across a set of photos of a single African Sacred Ibis Juvenile taken during the summer. The African Sacred Ibis Juvenile has a white-feathered neck and slightly greyish cast to white plumage.
African Sacred Ibis Juvenile
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