The white ibis about 2 feet tall and has a wingspan of about 3 feet. They are white with black-edged wings that may not be noticeable when the ibis is at rest, but they are easily seen when the ibis is in flight.
The White Ibis is one of the most numerous wading birds in Florida commonly seen feeding in flocks on lawns of homes in urban areas. They find food by touch while probing, by sight at other times, seizing items from surface. White Ibises may steal food from each other and, in turn, have food stolen from them by larger species.