Giant ibis (Pseudibis gigantea)

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General Information

The giant ibis is a waterbird in the family Threskiornithidae. It is native to Cambodia, Lao People’s Democratic Republic (hereafter, Lao PDR), and Vietnam. Adults stand approximately 3 ft (1 m) tall, and have dark grey-brown plumage, with a dark hindcrown and nape. Wing-coverts are pale gray, with darker tips. They have light red legs, a long downward curving bill, and red eyes. Juveniles have short, black feathers on their hindcrown and hindneck, a shorter bill, and brown eyes (BLI 2007h).

Current Listing Status Summary
Status Date Listed Lead Region Where Listed
2008-01-16 Foreign (Headquarters) Wherever found

» Federal Register Documents

Federal Register Documents
Date Citation Page Title
2008-01-16 00:00:00.0 73 FR 3146 3179 Final Rule To List Six Foreign Birds as Endangered; Final Rule
2006-11-22 00:00:00.0 71 FR 67530 67540 Proposed Rule To List Six Foreign Birds as Endangered
1991-12-16 00:00:00.0 56 FR 65207 65208 ETWP; Finding on Petition and Initiation of Status Review of 53 Foreign Birds; 56 FR 65207 65208

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No recovery information is available for the Giant ibis.

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