Friday, May 7, 2021

RBA: WHITE-FACED IBIS in Campbell River - May 4-5th

At 8:30 am on May 4-2021, a single White-faced Ibis was found and photographed by Anne Mckinnell at the estuary near the Thunderbird RV Park. She viewed the bird for only a few minutes before it flew off.

Map to exact location HERE

On May 5-2021, Ralf Spodzieja photographed the single White-faced Ibis at Salmon Point (Woodhus Slough) south of the Campbell River Estuary.

Map to location HERE

The bird has not been relocated since despite multiple observers looking at both locations.

This is the 57th record for BC.

***There is a public health order now in effect until May 25th banning non-essential travel from your local health region to anywhere in the province or elsewhere in Canada. The fine for breaking this order is 575$. You can read it HERE***

*As per current Public Health directives due to COVID-19 - Please remain 2 meters apart when viewing any birds on this list during this time. Please follow all public health directives during this pandemic (including not birding in groups, please wear a mask if you are unable to social distance). The BC Public Health directives can be found HERE*

**Please wear a mask when viewing rare birds when social distancing is not possible or hard to maintain**

**eBird's statement on how to bird mindfully during the pandemic can be viewed HERE.**

White-faced Ibis in Campbell River - Photo: Anne McKinnell

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