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What a beautiful bird

This bird is so beautiful, i could look at the Scarlet Ibis bird all day, never seen a beautiful... read more

Reviewed 25 March 2016
Patsy M
Beautiful Bird!!

Absolutely beautiful bird...especially when thousands fly in to roost for the night. Recommend... read more

Reviewed 14 February 2016
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Sault Ste. Marie, Canada
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This 350-foot-long ferry was recently placed 100 feet below the ocean's surface to form a new site for divers.
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25 Mar 2016
“What a beautiful bird”
14 Feb 2016
“Beautiful Bird!!”
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Reviewed 25 March 2016

This bird is so beautiful, i could look at the Scarlet Ibis bird all day, never seen a beautiful color bird like that before.

Thank Patsy M
Reviewed 14 February 2016

Absolutely beautiful bird...especially when thousands fly in to roost for the night. Recommend this 100%!!

1  Thank eyeswideopen8952
Reviewed 11 June 2015

We went to the park and picked up a flat boat. The guide was so amazing he could see things in the trees from 100 yards away. He showed us Tree Boas, Anteaters and an array of birds. We arrived at an opening and the...More

2  Thank Laura M
Reviewed 28 December 2014

The mangrove swamp tour to see the Scarlet Ibis is a must while visiting Trinidad. The tour through the swamp and seeing boa's, and other animals were great, but seeing the large flocks of Scarlet Ibis coming into the mangroves to roost in the evening...More

1  Thank Larry D
Reviewed 1 July 2014

What a pleasure for the eyes when the red Ibis set down in the tress, while the sun goes down! It looks like a tree full of red flowers! What a natural spectacle! ...not only for ornithologists

Thank Nicole B
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