and the owl, and the gannet, and the ibis, (Leviticus 11:17 Darby
CLASS – AVES, Order – CHARADRIIFORMES, Family – Ibidorhynchidae – Ibisbill
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Ibisbill (Ibidorhyncha struthersii)
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“The Ibisbill (Ibidorhyncha struthersii) is a bird related to the waders, but sufficiently distinctive to merit its own family Ibidorhynchidae. It is grey with a white belly, red legs and long down-curved bill, and a black face and black breast band. It occurs on the shingle riverbanks of the high plateau of central Asia and the Himalayas.
This bird is 38–41 cm (15–16 in) long and is quite unmistakable in appearance. The adult is grey with a white belly, a crimson, long down-curved bill, and a black face and black breast band. The sexes are similar, but young birds lack the black on the face and breast, and the bill is duller. The bill is 6.8–8.2 cm (2.7–3.2 in) long and is slightly longer in females.” (Wikipedia with editing)
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