The National Aviary is still caring for our flock during this temporary closure.

You can support the National Aviary and the animals in our care during these uncertain times.

Donate to our Emergency Care Efforts today.

The National Aviary is still caring for our flock during this temporary closure.

You can support the National Aviary and the animals in our care during these uncertain times.

Donate to our Emergency Care Efforts today.

(Bostrychia hagedash)

FUN FACT

The Hadada Ibis is named for its loud, raucous call. "Haa-daa-daaaa!"

Distribution

Sub-Saharan Africa.

Habitat

Open grasslands, savannas and wetlands. Increasingly, city parks and lawns, as well.

Diet

Primarily earthworms, but also spiders, lizards, and snails.

Breeding

Status

Not Under Threat (Least Concern)

At the Aviary

See the Hadada Ibises in both our Tropical Rainforest and our Wetlands habitats.