Today we introduce Birdorable's version of South America's tallest flying bird: the Jabiru, a species of stork. Jabiru have an all-white plumage. The head and neck are black and featherless. Another distinguishing feature is a red pouch at the base of the... Read more »
About the Jabiru
Also known as: American Jabiru, Jabiru Stork
Besides its large size, the Jabiru can be recognized by its all white body plumage, its featherless black head and neck, and the red pouch at the base of the neck.
Jabirus are carnivores, feeding on a wide variety of prey items, including fish and amphibians foraged in shallow water. They will also take bird eggs, fresh carrion, and small mammals.
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