|Clutch Size:||3-5 eggs|
|Number of Broods:||1 brood|
|Egg Length:||1.9-2.4 in (4.78-6.15 cm)|
|Egg Width:||1.3-1.5 in (3.32-3.88 cm)|
|Incubation Period:||17-21 days|
White-faced Ibis populations are stable and increased between 1966 and 2014, according to the North American Breeding Bird Survey. The North American Waterbird Conservation Plan estimates a continental breeding population of over 100,000, rates the species a 12 out of 20 on the Continental Concern Score, and lists it as a Species of Low Concern. White-faced Ibis is not listed on the 2014 State of the Birds Report. Back to top
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