Sharp-tailed Ibis by KenG ()
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This ibis is a native to Venezuela, eastern Colombia, southwestern Guyana, Brazil and Suriname. In Venezuela, it is typically found along or near the Orinoco and Apure rivers and prefers wet lowland savannas and riverbanks. This ibis is distinguished by its notably long tail, which is the longest among all living ibis species.
Also in the image in the distance is the Jaribu (stork) and a couple Choco Toucans.
Rendered in Iray without any post work. Models include Stonemason's Misty River Gorge, some DinoRaul Trees and my Songbird ReMix Shorebirds v1, Shorebirds v4 and Toucans v2, as well as my Nature's Wonders Fish and Frogs.