OuiSi - Logo - Blk
Caribbean Flamingo
Phoenicopterus ruber

Location

Ria Lagartos nature reserve, Mexico.

Date

Description

It is the only flamingo that naturally inhabits North America. In Ria Lagartos Mexico, flamingos live in large colonies, oftentimes numbering into the thousands of individuals. They tend to occupy large mudflats where the loose mud can be easily formed into the mounds that they use as nests. These large mud flats are usually located near a food supply. Hyper-saline estuaries are the preferred habitat.

Photo Link

https://www.instagram.com/_tania.escobar/

Learn More

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_flamingo
Tania Escobar
Wildlife Camera Operator experienced working with elusive species and wildlife behavioral sequences.
Learn more about Tania Escobar.

Explore more with OuiSi Nature

OuiSi Nature: 147 – Spectacled Caiman – Jose G Martinez-Fonseca
OuiSi Nature: 18 – Flock of Snow Geese – Melissa Groo
OuiSi Nature: 5 – Columnar Basalt, Aldeyjarfoss Waterfall – Camille Seaman
OuiSi Nature: 181 – Blue Monkey (Infant) – Melissa Groo
OuiSi Nature: 70 – Kentish Plover – Lenz Lim
OuiSi Nature: 86 – Closed Brain Coral – Kate Vylet