Scientific Name: Bostrychia Hagedash
Grassland, bushveld, large gardens and playing fields.
Hadeda Ibis eat mainly earthworms but also take insects, spiders and small reptiles.
Hadeda Ibis move around in flocks numbering up to 20 birds or 100 out of breeding season.
Hadeda Ibis breed from July to January. Incubation is done by both parents, lasting up to 28 days. Young are independent at about 40 days.