(1) The ibis has an exotic air with its burgundy plumage and oddly curved beak.(2) The couple collected breeds of birds from every continent, including pheasants, herons, ibis , kestrels and buzzards.(3) What would happen to the scarlet ibis , our pride and joy and a national symbol?(4) Lismore Lake provides a variety of habitat for swamp hen, ibis , egrets, and herons as well as many small waders.(5) The 40-square-mile Caroni Swamp is the home of Trinidad's national bird, the scarlet ibis .(6) But then, when the aggressive ibis flew away from the jacana's territory to the far side of the lake, two jacanas came out of hiding.(7) The Bourgas Lake is a nestling site of pelicans, ibis , and herons.(8) Tawaret has the head of a hippo, Thoth the head of an ibis , and the great sun god Ra is rowed across the heavens in a boat.(9) As well as being represented as an Ibis or a man with an ibis head he showed up as a baboon a lot.(10) Saxey tells of the secret shame of being in Neverwhere II, if only for a second, with the head of an ibis painted over you.(11) A crudely painted plywood sign showing bulbous ibis and spoonbills asks that you not disturb the birds.(12) The eagle had died in a cave that served as a natural trap for flightless species such as moa-nalos, rails, and ibises .(13) Inland species may associate with herons, egrets, storks, ibises , and spoonbills.(14) I live on a lake (in Florida) and there's a flock of ibises that I feed regularly.(15) I looked to the left, down towards the River, and smiled at the all-too-common site of a flock of ibises nosing around in the mud for their food.(16) As the Nile at that time was rising, there were many hoopoes and ibises in the nets, more than could be counted.