Flocks of these long-legged, curved-bill waders are a regular sight in spring, summer, and autumn in the interior West. A drive past Harney County’s many flood-irrigated fields and wet meadows will undoubtably turn some up. Under the right light, the shimmering purple, green, and bronze plumage of breeding white-faced ibises is truly remarkable.
Written by Peter Pearsall/Photos by Peter Pearsall The natural world is full of deception. Choose almost any realm in nature and one will find organisms
Written by Jeff Mackay, Refuge Manager/Photo by Alan Nyiri Hello Friends of Malheur Refuge. Although we only just said goodbye to 2021 what seems like